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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. 



UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



BULLETIN 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF PHILIP 

LUTLEY SCLATER, F. R. S, SECRETARY OF THE 

ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 



Prepared under the direction of 

Gl^. BRO^VN GfOODE. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1896. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



This work (Bulletin No. 49) is one of a series of papers intended 
to illustrate the collections belonging to the United States, and con- 
stituting the National Museum, of which the Smithsonian Institution 
was placed in charge bj' the act of Congress of August 10, 1846. 

The publications of the National Museum consist of two series — 
the Bulletins, of which this is No. 49, in continuous series, and the 
Proceedings, of which the eighteenth volume is now in press. A 
small edition of each i:)aper in the Proceedings is distributed in pam- 
phlet form to specialists, in advance of the publication of the bound 
volume. 

The Bulletins of the National Museum, the publication of which 
was commenced in 1875, consist of elaborate i:)apers based upon the 
collections of the Museum, reports of expeditions, etc., while the 
Proceedings facilitate the prompt i)ublication of freshly-acquired 
facts relating to biology, anthropology, and geology, descriptions of 
restricted groups of animals and plants, the discussion of particular 
questions relative to the synonymy of species, and the diaries of 
minor expeditions. 

Other papers, of more general popular interest, are printed in the 
Appendix to the Annual Report. 

Full lists of the j)ublications of the Museum may be found in the 
current catalogues of the publications of the Smithsonian Institution. 

Papers intended for i)ublication in the Proceedings and Bulletins 
of the National Museum are referred to the Committee on Publica- 
tions, composed as follows: Frederick W. True (chairman), Marcus 
Benjamin (editor), J. E. Benedict, Otis T. Mason, Leonhard Stej- 

neger, and Lester F. Ward. 

S. P. Langley, 

Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. 

Washington, D. C, August 1, 1896. 
II 



^WS THE 



PUBLISHED WRITINGS 



PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 



1844-1896. 



Prepared under tlie direction of ^.^ 

G^. BROWN G^OODE. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1896. 



00:N"TE]SrTS. 



Page. 
Frontispiece— Portrait of Philip Lutley Sclater. 

Contents _ - V 

Introduction - -- vii 

Bioj?raphical sketch ix 

Chronological catalogue of separate works, 1844-1894 1 

Chronological catalogue of papers published in the memoirs, proceedings, 

and journals of learned societies and other periodicals - 5 

List of new families and genera described 75 

List of new species described 79 

List of species figured -- 105 

Index to the subjects of the separate works and papers catalogued in Parts 

I and II 131 

Appendix— List of separate works and papers published subsequent to 

December, 1894, and not incjuded in Parts I to VI 133 

V 



Il^TRODUOTIOK 



Many years ago the publication of a series of bibliographies of rep- 
resentative American naturalists was begun in the Bulletins of the 
United States National Museum. The series was intended to include 
analytical discussions of the writings of the men who have been espe- 
cially prominent in the study, classification, and naming of the animals 
and plants of America, with a view to facilitating the use of the very 
extensive, widely scattered, and very compylicated literature which 
has grown up in connection with American systematic biology. 

Five bulletins have been published in this series: No, 20, The Pub- 
lished Writings of Spencer Fullerton Baird, 1843-1882, by G. Brown 
Goode; No. 23, The Published Writings of Isaac Lea, LL. D., by 
Newton Pratt Scudder; No. 30, Bibliography of Publications Relating 
to the Collection of Fossil Invertebrates in the United States National 
Museum, including complete lists of the writings of Fielding B. Meek, 
Charles A. White, and Charles D. Walcott, by John Belknap Marcou; 
No. 40, The Published Writings of George Newbold Lawrence, 1844- 
1891, by L. S. Foster, and No. 41, The Published Writings of Dr. 
Charles Girard, by G. Brown Goode. 

The scope of this series would seem appropriately limited to the 
work of the naturalists living and working in America, but there is 
one exception which no one can doubt the propriety of making — that 
in the case of Mr. Philip Lutley Sclater, the secretary of the Zoological 
Society of London, who has confined his work for the most part to 
American ornithology, and whose contributions to the sj^stematic 
ornithology of the American Continent have far exceeded in extent 
those of anyone working in this country. His opportunities have 
been almost unlimited, and his utilization of these opportunities has 
been wonderfully effective. 

The ornithology of Neotropical America was but little known when 

he began his work. Mr. George N. Lawrence, of New York City, 

also an indefatigable worker in the same field, has left an extensive 

record in his bibliography already published. His studies were 

carried on, however, in the intervals of an active business life, while 

Mr. Sclater has been able to devote his entire time for more than half 

a century to systematic work, and has given most of his attention to 

the bird fauna of Central and South America, with results the extent 

of which is well shown by the analytical catalogue of his writings now 

published. 

vn 



VIII INTRODUCTION. 

It is believed that this bibliography will materially lighten the 
labors of everyone engaged in the study of American birds or of the 
problems of geographical distribution. 

Since Mr. Sclater is not an "American naturalist" in the same 
sense as the others whose bibliographies have alread}^ been published, 
the present work is not included in the series of "Bibliographies of 
American Naturalists." He is, however, in another and a broader 
sense, one of the most eminent and prolific of American naturalists. 

The plan adopted in the present volume is essentially different in 
its entirety from any previously used, although many of its features 
are familiar. The method of citation is essentially that of Coues, but 
the annotations to the titles are made as brief as possible. The object 
of such annotations is understood to be simply to describe each paper 
so that a person consulting the bibliography can determine without 
further research whether the paper cited is one which he needs to 
consult. The customary practice of analyzing the paper and enumer- 
ating under its title all the species, genera, and families which it 
describes is not followed. It is thought that a much more satisfac- 
tory plan has been adopted, namely, that of combining this enumer- 
ation of species with the alphabetical index, so that a person desiring 
an exact reference for use in synonymj^, or indeed for immediate use 
in consulting tlie literature, can find in one alphabetical series all the 
names for which the author is responsible, each accompanied by an 
exact statement of i^lace of description, the locality of the specimen, 
and the place where the tyj^e is to be found. 

A separate list of species figured, with an exact bibliographical 
citation for the plate and the page related to it, is also given. The 
reason for including a separate list of the species figured is obvious, 
since a large number of Mr. Sclater's figures relate to forms not for 
the first time described by him. 

Much care has been given to the typography of this bibliography, 
with the purpose of securing compactness as well as clearness. The 
material here included, if printed in the same style as the bibli- 
ographies previously issued by the Museum, would have occupied 
at least four times the space. Notwithstanding this compactness of 
typography, the arrangement of the matter and the contrasts secured 
by the choice of type and b}^ the system of spacing and indentation 
adopted has, it is believed, jn'oduced a page which is clearer and 
easier of reference than any previously used, at all events in the jjub- 
lications of the Museum. 

Special acknowledgment is due to Mr. George Arthur Doubleday, 
clerk in the library of the Zoological Society of Lcnidon, by whom the 
titles have been copied and arranged. Mr. Charles W. Richmond, of 
the National Museum, lias done excellent service in reading proof and 
verifying the citations. 



BIOCxRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 



Mr. Philip Lutley Sclater, secretary of the Zoological Society of 
London, is one of the best known of living zoologists. Few men 
have contril)nted so much as he to sj^stematic ornithology, and none 
have done so much in the identification and description of new forms 
from the Western Continent. His work has been largely in connec- 
tion with the luxuriant fauna of Neotropical America, little known at 
the time when he began his researches. Nearly every year since he 
began work in 1853, his correspondents in tropical America have laid 
at his feet new wealth in the form of collections from regions hitherto 
unexplored. 

He has characterized 1,007 new species (245 in collaboration with 
Osbert Salvin), 135 new genera (25 with Salvin), and two new fami- 
lies of American birds. 

Remarkable as has been his industry and his accuracy in diagnosis 
and description, the fact should be recognized that but for his energy 
and his skill as an organizer many regions now well known to the 
ornithologist would doubtless still remain unexplored. 

The labors of Mr. Sclater iiave also resulted in great additions to our 
knowledge of the geographical distribution of vertebrates. Not only 
has he worked out many local faunas, but his generalizations upon the 
distribution of life and the division of the globe into zoogeograijhical 
regions have had great influence upon scientific oj)inion. He was 
one of the pioneers in this field of investigation, and his writings 
upon the subject have always been full of suggestion and have stim- 
ulated many others to engage in similar inquiry. His views as to the 
geographical distribution of birds are undoubtedly more widely 
accepted throughout the world than those of any other authority, 
and though, with increasing knowledge, modifications in the scheme 
proposed b}^ him long ago will doubtless become more and more 
numerous, his studies of geographical distribution will always be 
considered as of fundamental importance, and the terms which he 
suggested for the principal divisions of the earth's surface will doubt- 
less remain in ordinary use. 

For more than thirty j^ears the chief executive officer of the most 
wealthy and vigorous zoological society in the world, his influence 
upon the jDrogress of natural history exploration has been verj^ great, 
and his relations with American naturalists have always been cordial 
and cooperative. 



X BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

ISTotwithstaiiding tlie great bulk of his technical publications, he 
has for four decades been prominent in the activities of scientific 
London and a noteworthy figure in the midst of every important sci- 
entific gathering. 

At the age of sixty-seven he is still productive and adding each 
year a number of titles to the already remarkable assemblage of 
papers which have been published under his name. 

It is the object of this bibliography to render thoroughly available 
to American naturalists all the results of the work of this eminent 
scholar, who has done for the ornithology of Central and South Amer- 
ica what has been done by Nuttall, Wilson, Audubon, Baird, Allen, 
Merriam, Ridgway, and their associates for that of the Northern 
continent. 

Philip Lutley Sclater was born November 4, 1829, at "Tangier 
Park," in Hampshire, the residence of his father, William Lutley 
Sclater, Esq.; and his boyhood was passed chiefly at " Iloddington 
House," another estate in the same county, belonging to his father, 
who died there in 1885 at the age of ninety-seven. 

In beautiful Hampshire, close to the home of Gilbert White at 
"Selborne," he acquired early in life a love for outdoor life and a 
taste for the stud}^ of birds. 

At the age of ten, he was sent to a well-known school at Twyford, 
near Winchester. In 1842 he went to Winchester College, and in 
1845 was elected scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Being 
at that time under sixteen years of age, he was not called into resi- 
dence at the University until Easter, 1846. 

At Oxford his attention was given principallj^ to mathematics, 
though his spare time was occupied by the study of birds and of the 
excellent series of natural history books then in the Radcliffe Library. 

Hugh E. Strickland, the well-known ornithologist, who was at that 
time resident in Oxford as reader in geology, became interested in 
young Sclater and took him under his protection. At Strickland's 
chambers he met John Gould, shortly after his return from his great 
journey to Australia. From Strickland he received his first instruc- 
tion in scientific ornithology. He began his collection of bird skins 
at Oxford, making British skins for himself and buying foreign species 
at a shilling apiece, whenever he could get to London for a run among 
the bird shops. 

In December, 1849, he received the degree of Bachelor of Arts, 
obtained his first class in the mathematical school and a " pass " in 
classics. At that time these were the only two recognized subjects 
for study in the university, no sort of encouragement being given to 
natural history. 

After taking his degree he remained at his college in Oxford for 
two years, devoting his time principally to natural history. He also 
gave much attention to modern languages, studying with masters at 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. XI 

home and always visiting the Continent in vacation time, and thus 
soon made himself familiar with French, German and Italian. 

At this period of his life he was often in Paris, where he made the 
acquaintance of the great ornithologist, Prince Charles Bonaparte, at 
whose house, until his death in 1858, he was a frequent visitor. 

In 1851 he entered himself for the bar, becoming a student at 
Lincoln's Inn, occasionally visiting Oxford, and passing his leisure 
time at Iloddington, but always enthusiastically engaged in natural 
history pursuits. The winter of 1852-53 was given to travel in Italy 
and Sicily. 

In December, 1855, he was admitted fellow of Corpus C'hristi Col- 
lege, and having in the previous June completed his legal education 
and been called to the bar by the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn, 
he went the Western Circuit for several years. 

In 185(3 he made his first journey across the Atlantic, in company 
with the Rev. George Ilext, a fellow collegian. Leaving England in 
July, they went by New York up the Hudson to Saratoga, and there 
attended the meeting of the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science. After that they went to Niagara, and thence 
through the Great Lakes to Superior City, at the extreme end of 
Lake Superior. Here they engaged two Canadian "voyageurs" and 
traveled on foot through the backwoods to the upper waters of the 
St. Croix River. This they descended in a birch-bark canoe to the 
Mississippi. Mr. Sclater subsequently published an account of this 
journey in the third volume of "Illustrated Travels." (See paper 
No. 576.) 

Returning by steamboat and railway to Philadelphia, he spent a 
month in that city studying the splendid collection of birds belong- 
ing to the Academy of Natural Sciences, where he formed the 
acquaintance of John Cassin, Joseph Leidy, John Le Conte, and other 
then well-known members of that society. He returned to England 
shortly before Christmas, 1856. 

For some years after this he lived in London, practicing occasion- 
ally at the bar, but alwaj's at work on natural history. He was a 
constant attendant at the meetings of the Zoological Society, of which 
he was elected, in 1850, a life member and in 1857 a member of the 
council. 

In January, 1850, he made a short excursion to Tunis and eastern 
Algeria, in company with Mr. E. C. Taylor and two other friends. 
They visited the breeding places of the vultures and kites in the in- 
terior and gathered many bird skins, returning to London at the end of 
March. 

At this time Mr. D. W. Mitcliell, secretary of the Zoological Society, 
was about to vacate his post in order to take charge of the newly 
instituted Jardin d'Acclimatation in Paris. For this position Mr. 
Sclater was selected by Owen and Yarrell, then influential members 



XII BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

of the council. He was formally elected to it on April 30, 1859, and 
he has been re-elected annually ever since. 

He found it necessary to devote himself entirely for three years to 
the reorganization of the affairs of the Society. The " Proceedings" 
and "Transactions" were at that time several years in arrears — they 
were brought up to date; the Garden Gruide, which was out of print, 
was rewritten; the large staff at the gardens was rearranged and 
divided into departments under the superintendent, and various other 
reforms were introduced. 

For thirty-five years his life has been almost entirely spent in work 
connected with natuiial history. 

In 1874, when his brother (then the Right Hon. George Sclater- 
Booth, M. P., and afterwards Lord Basing) accepted office in Mr. 
Disraeli's administration as president of the local government ])oard, 
Mr. Sclater became his private secretary, a i^osition which he occu- 
pied for two years. But when subsequently offered a permanent 
place in the civil service he declined it, because he could not make 
up his mind to give up his dearly loved work in natural history. 

His most engrossing duties have been in connection with the 
Zoological Society of London, to which, as principal executive officer, 
he has, of course, devoted most of his time. It is conceded by all 
that its affairs have prospered well under his direction. The number 
of fellows of the society, in 1859 about 1,700, has increased to over 
3,000. The income of the society, which in 1858 was a little over 
£14,000, is now seldom under £25,000. Besides this, nearly all of the 
principal buildings in the society's gardens have been rebuilt during 
the past thirty-five years and fitted up with every sort of modern 
convenience for animals. The old office building (No. 11 Hanover 
square) has l)een sold and a larger and more convenient <nie (No. 3 
Hanover square) bought in the same vicinity. A debt of £12,000 to 
the society's bankers, originally secured upon its house, has been 
paid off, and this property is now entirely the property of the 
Society without any sort of incumbrance. 

The first floor of the society's house is devoted to the accomodation 
of a large and very valuable zoological library, under the care of a 
librarian and his assistant, and is the constant resort of the working 
zoologists of the metropolis. This library has been almost entirely 
accumulated since 1859. 

The publications of the society, consisting of Proceedings, Trans- 
actions, Lists of Animals (of which eight editions have been pub- 
lished), the "Garden Guide" and "Zoological Record," are all issued 
from this office, with almost unfailing regularity. The scientific 
meetings of the societj^ are held here during the eight months of the 
scientific session, and an abstract of their proceedings is always 
printed and issued within a week after each meeting has taken place. 

Mr. Sclater was selected by the British Onithologists' Union as the 
first editor of "The Ibis," in 1859. He finished the first series in 18G4. 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. XIII 

Professor Newton took liis place as editor of the second series, and 
Mr. Salvin as editor of the third. In 1877 he was associated with Mr. 
Salvin as joint editor of the fourth series, and in 1883 commenced the 
editorship of the fifth series, with Mr. Howard Saunders as co-editor. 
When the fifth series was completed, in 1888, he became sole editor of 
the sixth, which he finished in 1894. In 1895, having again obtained 
the assistance of Mr. Howard Saunders, he commenced work on the 
seventh series, of which two volumes are already complete. 

When the British Ornithologists' Club was established in 1892, he 
joined heartily in the movement inaugurated by Dr. R. Bowdler 
Sharpe, and has usually had the honor of occupying the chair at its 
meetings and of delivering an inaugural address at the commence- 
ment of each session. 

With the British Association for the Advancement of Science he 
has had a long connection, having become a member in 1847 at the 
second Oxford meeting, and having attended its meetings with few 
exceptions ever since. For several years he was secretary of Section 
D, and at the Bristol meeting in 1875 he was president of that section 
and delivered an address "On the present state of our knowledge of 
geographical zoology" (Paper No. 743). In 187G he was elected one 
of the two general secretaries of the association, together with Sir 
Douglas Galton, and served in that capacity for five years, thereby 
becoming an ex officio member of the council, at the meetings of 
which he is a constant attendant. 

Ever since the scientific journal " Nature" was started b}^ Professor 
Lockyer in 18G9, he has been a frequent contributor to that most 
important periodical. 

In 188G he began the transfer of his private collection of American 
bird skins to the British Museum. This collection contained 8,824 
specimens, representing 3,158 species, belonging to the orders Pas- 
seres, PicariPB, and Psittaci. It may be remarked that when he 
began his collection at Oxford in 1847 he intended to collect birds of 
every kind and from all parts of the world, but after a few years 
resolved to confine his attention particularly to the oi-nithology of 
South and Central America and to collect only in the orders just 
mentioned, which were at that time generally less known than the 
others and of which the specimens are of a more manageable size for 
the private collector. 

At the time of the beginning of this transfer, which was onl}^ com- 
pleted in 1890, he agreed to prepare some of the volumes of the 
British Museum "Catalogue of Birds," relating to the groups to which 
he had paid special attention. In accordance with this arrangement 
by the expenditure of fuU}^ two j^ears of his leisure time for each vol- 
ume, he prepared the eleventh volume in 1886, the fourteenth in 
1888, the fifteenth in 1890, and half of the nineteenth in 1891. 

When the Challenger expedition started around the world in 1873, 
at the request of his friend, the late Sir Wyville Thomson, he agreed 



XIV BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

to work out all the birds. Soon after the return of the expedition in 
1877 the specimens of birds collected were placed in his hands, and 
with the assistance of his ornithological friends were speedily reported 
upon in a series of papers contributed to the Zoological Society's 
*' Proceedings." The whole of these papers were reijrinted with addi- 
tions and illustrations, and now form part of the second volume of 
the "Zoology" of the Challenger expedition. 

Geography, being very closely connected with zoology, has always 
commanded Mr. Sclater's hearty interest. He became a life mem- 
ber of the Royal Geographical Society in 1880, and has attended its 
meetings regularly ever since. He has also served two years on the 
council, and is a member of the Geographical Club. He has assisted 
in promoting many researches in foreign parts, chiefly, however, with 
a view to obtaining collections of natural history from strange j)laces. 
Among these may be especially mentioned Sir H. H. Johnston's expe- 
dition to Kilima-Njaro in 1884 and Professor Balfour's visit to Soco- 
tra in 1880. He also took a leading part in sending out naturalists 
to Kerguelen Land and Rodriguez, along with the transit-of- Venus 
expeditions of 1874-75, and in many other similar efforts to explore 
little-known parts of the earth's surface. At the present time he is 
serving on two committees of this kind — one for the investigation of 
the fauna and flora of the Lesser Antilles, and the other for the fur- 
ther exploration of the fauna of the Hawaiian Islands. In both of 
these countries collectors are actively at work. 

In 1884 he took advantage of the opportunity of the visit of the 
British Association to Montreal to cross the Atlantic a second time, 
and after the meeting to visit the LTnited States. He was not in 
good health at that period, and did little, if anything, in the way of 
zoology. But he had the pleasure of seeing several of his former 
friends, especially Lawrence and Baird, and of making the personal 
acquaintance of Mr. Ridgway, Mr. Allen, Mr. Brewster, Dr. Merriam, 
and many other naturalists. 

One of his closest friends was the late Professor Huxley, long a 
member of the Council of the Zoological Society, where he was one of 
Mr. Sclater's most constant sui^porters. Professor Huxley, it may be 
said, was the chief advocate of the project of employing an anatomist 
at the society's gardens, and invented the title ' ' prosector " for the 
new office. A. II. Garrod, who became prpsector in 1871, and W. A. 
Forbes, who succeeded him in 1871) — both very talented and promis- 
ing young naturalists, — were dear friends of Sclater, and the unfor- 
tunate death of Forbes during the excursion to the Niger in 1883 
was a most severe blow to him. Notable among his other friends 
was Charles Darwin, who frequently visited him in his office, bring- 
ing long lists of memoranda for conference. 

Mr. Sclater married in 1862 Jane Anne Eliza Hunter Blair, daughter 
of the late Sir David Hunter Blair, baronet, of "Blairquhan," in Ayr- 
shire. He has five children, of whom four are sons. The eldest, 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. XV 

William Liitley Sclater, has inherited his father's tastes: he was for 
four years an assistant in the Indian Museum in Calcutta, and after a 
short term of service as science master at Eton College was appointed 
director of the South African Museum at Cape Town, a position which 
he now occupies. 

The second son, Capt. Bertram Lutley Sclater, is an officer in the 
Royal E^ng-ineers, and is now on duty in British East Africa, con- 
structing a road to Uganda from the coast. 

The third son, Lieut. Guy Lutley Sclater, an officer in the Royal 
Navy, is a specialist in torpedo work; while the youngest, Arthur 
Lutley Sclater, is a tea planter in Ceylon. 

In 1887, after a continuous residence of more than twenty-five 
years in London, he gave up his residence in Elvaston Place, where 
so many American naturalists visiting England have received a 
hearty welcome. He has since lived in Hampshire at his country 
house, "Odiham Priory," about forty miles from town, taking a house 
for his family in London for three or four months at the beginning 
of each year. In summer he constantly visits the Continent, making 
excursions to see tlie various zoological gardens and museums. 

Mr. Sclater received the degree of doctor of j)hilosophy honoris 
causa from the University of Bonn in 1860, and in 1861 was elected a 
fellow of the Royal Society, on the council of which he has twice 
served. As has alreadj'^ been said, he has long been an active mem- 
ber of the Council of the British Association for the Advancement of 
Science, as well as of that of the Royal Geographical Society. 

A list of the other scientific and learned societies of which he is a 
member is as follows: 

Fellow of Linnean Society of London (1856) ; member of Allgemeine 
deutsche ornithologische Gesellschaft (1856) ; corresponding member 
of Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia (1856); corresponding 
member of Lyceum of Natural History, New York (1857); corre- 
sponding member of Dublin University Zoological and Botanical 
Association (1859); member of British Ornithologists' Union (1859); 
member of Academia Germanica Naturae Curiosorum, cognomine 
" Bechstein " (1800); honorary member of Sociedad de Naturalistas 
Neo-Granadinos (1860) ; honorary member of Royal Zoological Society 
of Ireland (1861); member of k. k. zoologisch-botanische Gesell- 
schaft in Wien (1862); member of Philosophical Club (1862); honor- 
ary member of Zoologische Gesellschaft in Hamburg (1863) ; honorary 
member of Zoological and Acclimatization Society of Victoria (1865); 
honorary member of Rotterdamsche Diergaarde (1866); correspond- 
ing member of the Gesellschaft fiir vaterlandische Naturkunde in 
Wurttemberg (1867) ; lionorary member of the Sociedad de Ciencias 
Fisicas y Naturales of Caracas (1869); corresponding member of 
Academia Scientiarum Instituti Bononiensis (1870) ; honorary mem- 
ber of Koninklijk Zoologisch Genootschap " Natura Artis Magistra" 
of Amsterdam (1871); member of Geologists' Association, London 



XVI BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

(1873); corresponding member of Senkenbergisclie natnrforscliende 
Gesellscliaft zu Frankfurt-am-Main (1873); fellow of American Phil- 
osophical Society of Philadelphia (1873); honorary member of New- 
Zealand Institute (1876); member of Royal Society Club (187(3); fel- 
low of Geological Society of London (1878); foreign honorary member 
of the Nuttall Ornithological Club (1878) ; corresponding member of 
the Verein fiir nathrwissensehaftliche l^nterhaltung in Hamburg 
(1879); honorary member of Hertfordshire Natural History Society 
and Field Club (1880) ; corresponding member of Academia Nacional 
de Ciencias, Repiibliea Argentina (1880); honorary member of 
Sociedad Zoolojica Arjentina, Buent)S Aja-es (1881); foreign mem- 
ber of American Ornithologists' Union (1883); honorary member 
of Ornithologischer Verein in Wien (1883); corresponding member of 
Biological Society of Washington (1884); honorary member of Zoolog- 
ical and Acclimatization Societj^ of South Australia (1885); honorary 
member of Newport Natural History Society (1885) ; ordinary mem- 
ber of the Societas Cajsarea Naturse Curiosorum Mosquensis (1885); 
corresponding member of Royal Academy of Turin (1885) ; honorary 
corresponding member of Geological Society of Australasia (1886); 
member of the Hampshire Field Club (1887) ; fellow of Imperial Insti- 
tute (1892); member of British Ornithologists' Clul) (1892); honorary 
member of Societas Csesarea Natures Curiosorum Mosquensis (1894); 
honorary member of Bureau Central Ornithologique Hongrois (1894); 
corresponding member of Societe Scientifique du Chili (1894); honor- 
ary fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (1894); corresponding 
member of Boston Society of Natural History (1895) ; honorary member 
of Museu Paraense de Historia Natural e Ethnographia (1896). 

His prominence in zoology has received frequent recognition in the 
naming of new forms. Among the animals which bear his name are 
the following: Anahates Sdateri, Pelzeln (Sitz. Akad. Wien, XXXIV, 
p. 132); Aftila Sdateri, Lawrence (Ann. Lj^c. N. Y., VII, 470); Barhus 
Sdateri, Giinther (Cat. Fish. Brit. Mus., VII, 93); CaUiste Sdateri, 
Lafresnaye (Rev. Zool., 1854, 207); Casuarius Sdateri, Salvador! 
(Ann. Mus. Civ. Genov., XII, 422); Ch(dura Sdateri, Pelzeln (Orn. 
Bras., 16, 56); CUrijsomitris Sdateri, Sharpe (Cat. Birds Brit. Mus., 
XII, 200); C rax Sdateri, Gray (List Gallina? Brit. Mus., 14); Cyano- 
corax Sdateri, Jleine (Journ. fiir Orn., 1860, 115); DoJiornis Sdateri, 
Taczanowski (Proc. Zool. Soc, 1874, 136, 541, pi. xx); Erinaceus 
Sdateri, Anderson (Proc. Zool. Soc, 1895, 420); Euclilornia Sdateri, 
Cornalia (Contr. Orn., 1852, 133, pi. 101); Eudyptes Sdateri, BuUer 
(Birds New Zealand, II, 289, 1888); Eiiplionia Sdateri, Bonaparte (in 
Mus. Paris; Sundevall, (Efv. Vet. Ak. Forh., 1869, 5!h;); Goura 
Sdateri, Salvadori (Ann. Mus. Civ. Genov., XII, 325); Hetiomaster 
Sdateri, Cabanisand Heine (Mus. Ilein., Ill, 54); Hirundinea Sdateri, 
Reinhardt (Fuglef. Camp. Bras., 147); Hirundo Sdateri, Cory (Auk, 
1884, 2); Iderus Sdateri, Cassin (Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1867, 
49); Leptocalainus Sdateri, Boulenger (Cat. Snakes Brit. Mus,, II, 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. XVII 

251, pi. xii, fig. 1); Lopliopliorus Sclateri, Jerdon (Ibis, 1870, 147); 
Lorlculus Sclateri, Wallace (Proe. Zool. Soc, 1802, 33G, pi. xxxviii); 
Loxigilla noctis Sclateri, Allen (Bull. Nutt. Orn. Club, Y, lOO); 
Megapicus Sclateri, Malherbe (Picld?e, I, 22, 15(3, 105, pi. viii, fig. 1; 
pi. XXXV, fig. 8); Micropygia Sclateri, Bonaparte (Compt. Rend., 
XLIII, 590) Mgiarch as Sclateri, Lawrence (Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus., I, 
357); Myzomehi Sclateri, Forbes (Proc. Zool. Soc, 1870, 205, pi. xxv, 
fig. 2); Or nithion Sclateri, BerlepschandTaczanowski (Proc. Zool. Soc, 
1883, 554); Penelope Sclateri, Gray (Proc. Zool. Soc, 1800, 270); Phile- 
mon Sclateri, Gray (Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., V, 1870, 327); Picumnus 
Sclateri, Taczanowski (Proc Zool. Soc, 1877, 327); Plectropterus 
Sclateri, Sousa (.Torn. Ac. Sci. Lisb., II, 157); Polioptila Sclateri, 
Sliarpe (Cat. Birds Brit. Mus., X, 449); PsittacuUi Sclateri, Gray (List 
Psittacidse Brit. Mus., 80); Pternistes Sclateri, Bocage (.Torn. Ac. Sci. 
Lisb., I, 327, pi. vi); SynaUaxis Sclateri, Cabanis (Journ. fiir Orn., 
1878, 19()); Tanagra Sclateri, Berlepsch (Ibis, 1880, 112); Thripophaga 
Sclateri, Berlepsch (Ibis, 1883,490, pi. xiii); Tliryothorus Sclateri, 
Taczanowski (Proc Zool. Soc, 1879, 222); Triccas Sclateri, Cabanis 
and Heine (Mus. Ilein., II, 51) ; Xipliocolaptes Sclateri, Ridgway (Proc 
U. S. Nat. Mus., XII, 0). 

In conclusion, I quote the brief appreciations of Mr. Sclater written 
by representative American naturalists whom I have invited to place 
upon record their judgment as to the value of his services to science. 

Dr. Clinton Hart Merriam, chief of the division of economic orni- 
thology and mammalogy of the United States Department of Agricul- 
ture, writes as follows: 

The value of Sclater's contributions to American ornithology can hardly be ovei 
estimated. What Niittall and Wilson and Audubon and Baird have done for the 
birds of North America, Schiter has done for those of Central and South America. - 
There is this difference in the method of treatment — that while the publications of 
North American ornithologists have been chiefly faunal or geographic, Sclater's 
have been for the most x'art systematic, dealing with assemblages of species rather 
than with the ornithology of special areas, though he has made some important 
faunal contributions also. In the field of zoological geography he early attained 
distinction, and his primary regions, based on the distribution of birds, have been 
widely accepted. 

The excellent bibliography of his writings, prepared and published by the United 
States National Miiseum, is not only a model for this kind of work, but is also a 
most iTseful addition to the literature of systematic zoology. 

For half a century SL-later has given practically the whole of his time to the 
study of l)irds and mammals. For nearly forty years he has had charge of the 
principal zoological publication of the world (the Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London), and the [!;reater part of the time has edited the leading orni- 
thological journal (The Ibis) , so that a large share of the literature of zoology has 
passed directly under his eye. During the whole of this long period he has been 
at the head of one of the best zoological gardens and the greatest zoological soci- 
ety ever established— the Zoological Society of London. Naturally his office came 
to be the meeting ground of naturalists from all quarters of the globe, and speci 
mens cf new and rare animals continually poured into his bancs. For these 
reasons he has been in a position, more than any other man of his time, to keep 
415— No. 49 II 



XVIII BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

abreast of the progress of zoological science. That these opportunities have not 
been neglected is shown by the extraordinary ari'ay of titles, more than 1,200 in 
nnmber, contained in his bibliography. The vast majority of these papers relate 
to the birds of tropical America, in which field the name of Sclater, like that of 
our own lamented Lawrence, will always occupy an exalted position. 

Sclater is a good type of the industrious, sj-stematic naturalist. His oificial 
position and personal energy brought him a wealth of new material. This he 
described in an endless series of papers on new species and new genera. Then, as 
additional specimens and additional species came in, he promptly i:)ublished more 
comprehensive treatises in the form of synopses of genera or larger assemblage-.. 
And later, when still ampler material cast new light on the subject, he in numer- 
ous instances revised the same groups over again, correcting early errors, adding 
new species, and bringing the history of the groups down to date. These synop- 
ses and monographic revisions are the most important and useful of Sclater's con- 
tributions to science. Their number i3 amazing. Among the groups treated r.ra 
the Orioles, Tanagers, Callistes, Pheasants, Cuckoos, Honey Creepers, Jacamars, 
Puff Birds, American Ant Birds {FormicarildcE) , American Rails, and many others. 
In addition to all these, his Nomenclator Avium N eotropicalium and Argentine 
Ornithology have come to be indispensable to the student of South American 
birds. And finally, as a fitting climax to this remarkable series, ho has lived to 
erect his own monument in the admirable volumes he has contributed to the 
British Museum's Catalogue of Birds. 

But Sclater's contributions to zoological science are not limited to birds. In 
the field of mammals he has published many important papers, illustrated by 
colored plates of high merit. Among the more useful of these are articles on the 
Deer, Rhinoceroses, and African Monkeys. He is now publishing, under joint 
authorship with Mr. Oldfield Thomas, a superb illustrated work on the antelopes 
and their allies, '"The Book of Antelopes," the second volume of which is already 
well advanced. That the period of his activities may be continued far into the 
future is the earnest hope of his American friends. 

Prof. Joel Asaph Allen, of the American Museum, of Natural Ilis- 
torj', New York City, writes : 

It is particularly fitting that the series of bibliographies published by the United 
States National Museum should include the writings of Philip Lutley Sclater, who 
has been for many years the most eminent authority and one of the most pro- 
lific writers on the ornithology of Central and South America. While Mr. Scla- 
ter's writings cover a much wider field, including many papers relating to Old 
"World birds and to general subjects in ornithology, and many va,luable contribu- 
tions to mammalogy as well, American birds early became his chosen specialty, and 
it has engaged his chief attention for over forty years, and it is to be hoped will 
continue to do so for many years to come. 

The bibliography of his writings, from their extent and aiithoritative character, 
forms, as already said, a most welcome addition to the National Museum series of 
bibliographies, which already embraces those of Baird, Girard, Lea, and Lawrence. 
The utility of siich compilations is beyond question; they are at once a monument 
of respect to the author so honored and a convenience to all working naturalists 
engaged in the same fields of research. 

Mr. Robert Ridgway, Curator of Birds in the United States National 
Museum, writes as follows : 

The name of Sclater is so much a part of Neotropical ornithology that any 
knowledge of the latter without eqiial familiarity with the former would be impos- 
sible. Certainly no other name occurs so frequently nor ranks more highly in the 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. XIX 

literature pertaining to the birds of tropical America. Covering a period of more 
than forty years of iinceasing activity, chiefly devoted to this, his favorite geo- 
graphical field, the importance of Mr. Sclater's contributions to the ornithology 
of the Neotropical region can hardly be overestimated. Other ornithologists, it is 
true, have rendered important services so far as portions of America are concerned, 
as Salvin for Mexico and Central America, and Lawrence for the same area and 
the "West Indies, while the former has been associated with Sclater in the prepa- 
ration of various monographic papers, the " Nomenclator Avium Neotropicalium " 
and other works; but only Sclater has covered impartially the Neotropical region 
as a whole. 

The subject of the geographical distribution of animals, with special reference 
to the birds, may be said to have first received serious attention from Mr. Sclater, 
who nearly forty years ago published a zoo-geographical scheme, which may fairly 
be regarded as the most satisfactory, in some respects, of those which have been 
proposed by various authors. Thoiigh not without its imperfections, tlie same 
may be said of all those proposed as improvements or substitutes, and none of the 
latter have received indorsement to the same extent as Mr. Sclater's. 

Mr. Sclater's treatment of ornithological subjects is concise and conservative — 
more so, frequently, than some of us would wish it to be. Some of us on this side 
of the Atlantic differ with him in nomenclatural matters and regarding the status 
and discrimination of subspecies or geographical races; but in these respects his 
methods are those of a particular school, which we are pleased to call the "old," 
and which few, if any, of his countrymen have forsaken. We fondly hope, how- 
ever, that the conservatism of our English brethren may sometime yield to the 
sound principles upon which the so-called " American '' school have based their 
"innovations,'' and the complete harmony of methods between ornithologists of 
the two countries, so much to be desired, be thereby established. 

Although Sclater's ornithological work has extended through so many years — 
far more than are allotted to most of us — neither his interest nor activity show 
sign of abatement, and it is sincerely hoped that a career so eminently useful may 
long be continued. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS 

OF 

PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER, 

1844-1896, 



PART I. 
CHRONOLOGICAL CATALOGUE OF SEPARATE WORKS. 



A Synopsis of the GalbnUda!. Pp. 1-10, 
8 vo, 1S53. [Reprinted, with additions, 
from the "Contributions to Ornithology " 
for 1852.] 

A review of the gener.a and species of the 
family Oalhulidce. Tlie genera treated of are: 
Galbula, Jacamaralcyon,Jacamerops, Oalbuloides, 
and Galbalcyrhynchus. Seventeen species are 
enumerated. 

(See papers Noa. 43, 45, 46, 69.) 
2 

Tanagrarum Catalogiis Specificus. Pp. 
1-16, 8vo, Basingstoke, 1854. 

A catalogue of tlic kuovpn species of Tanagers, 
embracing 41 genera and 238 species. Diva is pro- 
posed for tlie name of a new genus, and the new 
species named areas toWowa : Arrcmon axillaiis, 
Ramphocelus dorsalis, Bp. MS., Buthravpis chlo- 
ronota, Euphonia concinna, and Euphonia Idrund- 
inacea, Bp. MS. 

3 

Synopsis of the Fissirostral Family 
Bucconidw, accompanied by four coloured 
plates of hitherto untigured species. Pp. 
3-24, pis. i-iv, London, 1854. [Reprint, 
with additions, from the Ann. and Mag. 
Nat. Hist., ser. 2, 1854.] 

A review of the species (33 in number) of the 
family Bucconidce. The genera treated of are: 
Bucco, Malacoptila, Monasa, and Chelidopfera. 
The following species are figured : Buccn rvficol- 
lis, B. bicinetus, B. lanccnlatus, and Chelidoptera 
albipennis. 

(See paper No. 66.) 
4 
Synopsis Avium Tanagrinarum. A de- 
scriptive catalogue of the known species 
of Tanagers, 8vo, London, 1856. [Reprint, 
from Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 64, 
108,2.30.] 

(See papers Nos. 86, 86a, 86&.) 



A Monograph of the Birds forming the 
Tanagriue Genus Calliste; illustrated by 
coloured plates of all the known species. 
Pp. i-xviii, 1-104, pis. i-xlv, 8vo, Lon- 
don, Van Voorst, 1857. 

A monograjih of the genus Calliste, which em- 
braces the following 52 species : C. tatao, O. cceli- 
color, G. yeni, G. tricolor, G.fastuosa, G.festira,G. 
cyaneiventris, G. thoracica, G. schranki, G. punc- 
tata, G. guttata, G. xanthogastra, G. graminea, G. 
rvfigularis, C.aumlenta, G.sclateri, G. pulchra, G. 
arthusi, C. icteroeephala, C. vitriolina, G. cay ana, 
G. cyanolaema, G. cucullata, G. Jiava, G.pretiosa, G. 
inelanonota, C. cyanoptera, G.gyrola, G. gyroloides, 
G. desmaresti, G. brasiliensis, G. flaviventris, G. 
vieilloti, G. boliniana, 0. atriccerulea, G. ruficervix, 
G.atricapilla, G. argentea, G. nigriviridis, G.'cya- 
nescens, G. larvata, G.francesece, G. nigricincta, G. 
cyaneicollis, C. labradorides, C. rxtfigenis, C. par- 
zudaHi, G. lunigera, G. chrysotis, G. xantho- 
cephala, G. vemista, and G. inornata. All the spe- 
cies are figured except G. cyanolcema, G. vieilloti, 
G. nigriviridis, and C. francescoe. 



Guide to the Gardens of the Zoological 
Society of London, 47 editions, 8vo, 
London, 1859-93. 

A popular illustrated guide to the Gardens of 
the Zoological Society of London, giving a con- 
cise account of the animals exhibited therein. 



Zoological Sketches by Joseph Wolf. 
Made for the Zoological Society of Lon- 
don, from animals in their vivarium, in 
the Regent's Park. Edited, with notes, 
by P. L. Sclater. Vol. I, pis. i-1 (1861) ; 
Vol. II, pis. i-1 (1867), with letterpress 
to each plate, Folio, Loudon, 1861-67. 

The following species are figured and remarked 
upon : ( Vol. I) Troglodytes niger, Gercopithecug 
plutn (stangeri on jjlate), Felis leo, F. leopardus, F. 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



picta, F. eyra, F. macrosceUs, F. serval, F. ehaus, 
F. caracal (2 plates), F. canadensis, F. jnbata, 
Bassaris astuta, Mephitis hiimboldtii, Ganisazarce, 
TJrsus syriacus, Trichecus rasmarus, Cervus cana- 
densis, C. leitciints, Oreas canna (.jr.), Oazella 
subgutturosa, Oryx levcoryx, Ovis cycloceros 
(ciijnai on plate), Capra jenilaica, Aucheniapacos, 
Hippoputaimis amphihius, I'otamochoerus ofrica- 
nus, r. penicilliitus. 3Iyin^eciijiliaya jitbata, Thyla- 
cinvs cynocephaliis, liiaisc<ihnni/.s wainbat, Falco 
sacer. F. grceniaudiciis, F. islaiidirtia, (lijjmhierax 
angolcnsis, Pliasiniiiis tuniiiatits, P. rersicnlor, 
Gallophasis hovsJiehVu. Tetrdogaibis casjiiiis, Gallo- 
perdix lunidosa, lihea amrricana, Casuariiis ben- 
nettii, Apteryx mantelli, Otis tarda, (Iriis iiiiintig- 
nesia {japonensis on plate), Miii-tnui (timfralis,- 
Cygmtsnigricollis, ChloepliagapoH(icephala(J{erni- 
cla magellanica on plate), and Xiphosuma cani- 
num. (Vol. II) Macacns ocreatiis, Leinur nigri- 
frons, Ghiromys madagascariensis, Oanis cerdo, 
Felis yaguarundi, F. lynx, F. viverrina (on i)late 
bengalensis), Tiverricula inalaccensis, Melhvora ca- 
pe7isis, M.indica, Arctictis bintvrcmg, Otaria houk- 
eri, Ccrvvsmanil (on plate C. iraUichii), G. mant- 
churicvs, G. taiinDins. O.sika, G.nisa, Csirinhuii, 
G.huniilis, Oryx leiicoryx (,\r.), Gapra niegaceros, 
Ovis tragelaphus, iius andamaiiensis-, IHcotyles 
torquattis, Elephas africanvs, llradiipnn tridacty- 
his, Maero2JUS rufns, Phascoluviys latifnms (lasiu- 
rhinus on plate), Ptilonorhynchiis holoserieevs, 
Buceros hicornis, B. rhinoceros, Aquila ncevia, 
Phasianus soemmerringii, P. reevesii, Evplocamus 
ervthrophthalmus, E.prwlatiis (CaHophnsis hors- 
fieldion-pXaXe), E.vieilloti, E. nirinhtiii. E. lineatus, 
Geriornis satyra, Talegalla lathami, StnUhiocame- 
lus, Ocydromus australis, Giconia senegalensis 
(Mycteria senegalensis on plate), />*aJ«;Miccj:'« rex, 
Fhinochetxisjubatus, Tantahisibis, T. levcocephalvs, 
C'hloephagainagellanica, Anas scutulata (Casarca 
leucoptera on plate), anil Glotho nasicornis. 



Catalogue of a Collection of American 
Birds belonging to P. L. Sclater. Pp. 
i-xvi, 1-368, pis. i-xx, 8vo, London, 1862. 

A .synonymic catalogue of tlie American species 
(2.17U in number, represented by 4,100 .specimens) 
of the orders Passeres, Fissirosires a,i]A Scansores, 
in the collection of Mr. Sclater. The new genera 
Hemidacnis, Uyetornis, Gurceus, Morococcyx, 
Microchelidon (changed to Neochelidon), Oncos- 
toma, and Pseudoleistes are created; 6 new sec- 
tional namesare founded, viz, Microcerculus (sect, 
oi Gyphori7ius), Ghlorura (sect, of Emhernagra), 
Microrhopias (sect, of Formicivora), Potamop- 
sar (sect, of Quiscalus), Tabara {=Taraba, Less., 
sect, of Tluimnophilus), and Thryo^nancs (sect, of 
Thryothorus); and the following MS. names are 
adopted: Heterocercus (Hartl.), Anchtnips (Scl.), 
Ommatornis (Scl.) (as a synonym of Acrnpternis), 
and Thripadectes (Scl.). Four new species are 
named, viz, (llyphorhynchus major, Momotus 
su'ainsoni, Gheluhiptcra brasilicnsis, and Ghloro- 
nerpes iiinlhi rbii, and the following species, for 
which only ]\IS. names had ijrcviouslj"^ been em- 
ployed l)y the author, are recognized as valid and 
the names adopted: Tachiiphonus cristatellus, 
Paroarin cervicalis. ( 'h rjisouiitrisiiropygialis. Icte- 
rus xantlwiiins, Qiiiscalus icquatorialis. Q.assim- 
His, Thamnophihis strenuus, Pachyrhamphus 
cinereiventris, I'. dorsaUs, Ihicco napensis. Ghee- 
turd cinereiventris, und Gonurus propiinquus. The 
specific names of I'liauniastura fanny (Less.), 
T. enicunis (Vieill.), and ,Siinallaxis elegans Scl. 
are emended to/rancesia>, hcnicnra and elegantior, 
respectively, and several other similar alterations 
are made. The species figured are : Tardus pini- 
cola, GinchivU'uconotns, Gnnipylorhynchiisjocosus. 
Th ijiothoius pli'u roftictiis, II ylophilus ochraceiceps, 
Diglossa indig<itica, Dacnis cgregia, cT, $: D.jnd- 
cherrima, Calliste cyanotis, Ghlorospingus casta- 
neicollls, Embcrnngra chrysoma, rS'clerurtis mexi- 
canus, SynaUaxiscastancn, Anabazenops subalaris, 
Mynnoiherula ornata. cT, ? i Formicivora bo'>i- 
cardi, <S, ? ; Platiirliinichus coronatus, Oncostomn 
dnereigulare, Todrrnstnnn achistaceiceps, Masixis 
coronulatus, and Ghiruxiphia regina. 



List of Vertebrated Animals living in 
the Gardens of the Zoological Society of 
London, 1862. Pp. i-vi, 1-100, 8vo, Lon- 
don, 1862. 

The same. 2d ed., pp. i-vi, 1-120, 8vo, 
London, 1863. 

The same. 1865. 3d ed., j)p. i-viii, 
1-148, 8vo, London, 1865. * 

The same. 1866. 4th ed., pp. i-viii, 
1-204, 8vo, London, 1867. 

Revised List of the Vertebrated Ani- 
mals now or lately living in the Gardens 
of the Zoological Society of London. 
Pp. i-viii, 1-399, 8vo, London, 1872. 

List of the Vertebrated Animals now 
or lately living in the Gardens of the 
Zoological Society of London. 6th ed., 
1877, pp. i-x, 1-519, 8vo, London, 1877. 

The same. 7th ed., 1879, pp. i-xii, 
1-579, 8vo, London, 1879. 

The same. 8th ed., 1883, pp. i-xvi, 
1-682, 8vo, London, 1883. 

Systematic catalogues of the species and of the 
individual specimens of vertebrated animals that 
have been exhibited in the Gardens of the Zoo- 
logical Society of London prior to the year 1883. 

10 

List of the species of Phasianid(v , with 
remarks on their Geographical Distribu- 
tion. Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, 8vo, 
London, 1863. [Reprint, with additions, 
p. 113; pp. i-iii, 1-15; pis. 1-12.] 

A list of the .^G known s])ecies of Pheasants, 
with remarks upon them antl tables of tlieir geo- 
graphical distribution. The following species are 
figured: Phasianus reevesii, P. soemmerringii, 
Thaumalea amhersticv, Grossoptilon tihetanum, G. 
auritum, Euplocamus preelatus, E. vieilloti, E. ery- 
throphthalmvs, E. lineatus, Geriornis melanoce- 
pihala, G. teniminckii, and Polyplectron bicaleara- 
turn. The genera included are the following: 
Lophophorui, Pucrasia, Pltasianvs, Thaumalea, 
Grossoptilon, Euplocatniis, Oallus, Gcrinrnis. Pavo, 
Polyplectron, Argus, Meleagris, Nuniida, Phasidus 
and' Agelastus. 

(See paper No. 285.) 



Nitzsch's Pterylography, translated 
fromtheGerman. Edited by P. L. Sclater. 
Pp. i-xii, 1-181, pis. i-x, folio, Lon- 
don, 1867. [Published by the Ray So- 
ciety.] 

12 

Exotic Ornithology, containing figures 
and descriptions of new or rare species of 
American Birds. By P. L. Sclater and O. 
Salvin. Pp. i-vi, 1-204, pis. i-c. Lon- 
don, 1869. [Issued in two sizes, small 
folio and large folio.] 

Figures and desiriptions of 104 species, belong- 
ing to 51 ditiereut genera, of birds of the Neotrop- 
ical Region, wit h notes on their habitsand distribu- 
tion. One new genus — < 'cnfropebna — and one new 
species— Po)-£rtiif( haii.rirclli — are described, and 
th(^ species of each genus, illustrations of represen- 
tatives of which are given, are enumerated and 
diagnosed. Figures are given of the following 
species : Lipaugus unirufus, L. subalaris, L. rufes- 
cens, rf, 9 ; Furnarmstorridus,Xipholenaatropur- 
purea, d- ? ; Ptilogonys caudatus cT, ? ; Tireo- 
lanius melitophrys, Vireolanius pulchellus, d,9i 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SOLATER. 



Phlogopsis macleannani, Oinclocerthia rxficatida, 
C. macrorhyncha, 0. gutturalis. Accipitcr ventrn- 
lis, A. chionoganter, V ; liupicola sanguinolenta, 
Forzana rubra, Accipiter erythrocnemin, A. casta- 
7iilius, Gichlopsis leucagom/s, Xyctibius bractcatui, 
Cyphorhinus lawrcncii, C phmocephalus, Troglo- 
dytes solstitialis, T. bninneicollis, Icterus pustida- 
tus, d", ? ; Myiadestes obseurus, M. unicolor, M. 
ralloides, ad. niid yoiiuj?; M. elisabethce, Hylactes 
castaneus, CEdicnemussiipercUiaris, Lanio auran- 
tius, cf , ? ; i. leucothorax, d, ? ; Tachyphonus 
phoeniceus, d, ? ; jT. delattrii, J', ? ; Xiphoco- 
laptes emigrans, X. "major, Accipiter chilensis, <J , 
9 ; Leueopternis superciliaris, Geotrygon chiriquen- 
3is (=:= albifacies), G. bourcieri, CIdoroplionia fron- 
talis, G. longipennis, G. occipitalis, cf , ? ; Melan- 
otis hypoleucus, ad. and young; Tinamus robus- 
tus, Grypturus sallcei, cf , 9 ; <?• boucardi, d", 9 ; 
G. meserythrus, Tigrisonia cabanisi, ad. and 
young; Leueopternis palliata, ScojJf Jlammeola, S. 
harbarus (in normal and abnormal plumages), 
Ghcetura semicollaris, I'orzana havxivelli (n. .sp.), 
P. melanophcea, P. albigularis cT, 9 i -f- leuco- 
pyrrha, Fulica ardesiaca, F. armillata, F. leu- 
copyga, F. leucojjtera, Leueopternis semiplumhea, 
Oeotrygon chiriquensis, Cardinalis x>hoeniceus cf , 
9 ; Pyrgisomarubricatum. P. Icucote, P. cabanisi, 
P. kieneri, Oxyrhamphus frater, female ad. and 
young; Thyrorhina schornburgki, Chlorophonia 
calophrys, cT, 9 ; Accipiter bicolor, cT and 9 .ir- : 
Tardus gigas, T. albicoUis, T. leucomelas, T. croto- 
pezus, T. albiventris, T. phceopygus, ad. and jr. ; T. 
gyninophthalmus, Bucco striolatus, 9 ; Forzana 
castaneiceps, Attagis chimborazeiisis, Fnrmicivora 
strigilata, cf, 9 •,Gomirus}wffmanni,Rallusantarc- 
ticus, Uallus semiphimbeus, Pitylus Inimeralis, 
Accipiter guttatus, Amj)elion arcuatus, cT, 9 ; ■^^' 
turinanattereri, cT ad. and.jr. ; J., ruficauda, ad. and 
jr. ; A. jiucherani, ad. and jr. ; A. jAagiata, ad. and 
jr.; Botaurus pinnatus, Tigrisoma fasciatum, 
imm.; Thripadeetes flanimulatus. Icterus abeilleei, 
cf, 9 ; Gentropelma (gen.nov.) 'microjiterum, Ge.n- 
trites areas, cf , 9 : Gallinago imjierialis, G. no- 
bilis, Querquedula puna, and Merganetta turneri, 
d", 9- 

13 
Nomeuclator Avium Neotropicalium 
sive Avium qufp iu Regioue Neotropica 
hucusque reperte sunt uomiiia system- 
atice disposita, adjecta sua cuicjue speciei 
patria: acceduut geuerum et specierum 
novarnm diagnoses. Auctoribna Phi- 
lippe Lutley Sclater et Osberto Salvin. 
Pp. i-viii, 1-163. Small folio, Londini, 
1873. 

A systematic list of the orders, families, genera' 
and species of the birds of the Neotropical 
Region. Nine new genera, viz, Uropsila, Phlogo- 
tliraupis, Purphyrospiza, Glibanornis, Microbales, 
Nesoceleus, Gymnojielia, Nothoprocta, and Galo- 
droinas, and the following new species are de- 
scribed : Basileuterus le%icopygiiis, Hylophilus 
tnuscicapintis, Gyclorhis albiveiitris, C'hlnrophanes 
purpurascens, Fuphonia chalcupaxfa, Ghlorospin- 
gus semifuscus, Arremon ivuchcnri, Jlaplospiza 
uni/ormis, Gnipolegus pusiUvs, Kuscarthmus 
wiichereri, Serpophaga subjlava, S. peecilocerca, 
Phyllomyias platyrhyncha, Lipaugus immundus, 
Casiornis fusca, Furnarius agnatus, Philydor 
erythronotus, Margarornia sli'Uatu, Picolajites 
punctieeps, Thamnophiliis tristis, Myniuitlieiula 
pyrrhonota, Microbates torquatus, ' Crrciniuiera, 
carbonaria, Rhinocrypta futca , Deiidrocygna dis- 
color, Querquedula andium, Leptoptila r'ufi nucha, 
Odontophorus hypospodius, Psophia liapensis. 
Tinamus ruficeps, and Nothoprocta curvirostris. 
14 

List of the Zoological Works and 
Memoirs of P. L. Sclater, lSiiO-75. Pp. 
1-32, 8vo, London, 1876. 

15 

A Monograph of the .Jacamars and Puff- 
birds, or families GalbuUdw and liuccon- 



idw. Pp. i-liv, 1-171, pis. i-lv, 4to, Lon- 
don, 1882. 

A monograph of the Qalbulidce and Bucconidce, 
including gcnenil remarks on tlie families, their 
structure, history, habits, classification and 
geographical distribution, with descriptions and 
synonyms of and notes on the genera and species. 
Sixty -two species are enumerated, viz, Urogalba 
paradisea, <f ; U. amazonum, Oalbula viridis, cf , 
9 ; G. rufo-viridis, cf, 9 ; ^- ruficauda, J', 9 ; <?• 
inelanogenia, cf , 9 ; ^- tombacea, cf . '} ; G- albiros- 
Iris, cf , 9 ; ^- cuuneicollis, cf ; G. leueogastra, cf, 
9 ; G.chalcothorax, cf ; B rach ygalbalugubris, cf , 2 ; 
B. goeringi, d ,'i ; B. salmoni, B. albigularis, B. 
inelanosterna, cf ; Jacamaralcyon tridactyla, cf ; 
Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis, cf , 9 ; Jacauierops 
grandis, d, 9 ; Bucco collaris, 9 ; B. macrorhynchus 
B. dysoni. B. hyperrlujnchus, B.swainsoni, B.pec- 
loraiis, B. ardi, B.teelus, B. jneatus, B. subtectus, d ; 

B. maerodactjihis, d ; B. ruficollis, B. biciiictus, B. 
tainatia, d ; B. puhnentuin, B. iiiaculatus. B. stria- 
tipectus, B. chacuru,B. striolatus, 9 ; B. radiatus, d , 
9 ; Malacoptila fusca, cf;M. rufa,M. torquata, M. 

panamensis, d, 9 ; -^^^ inornaia, d, 9 ; -If . fulvigu- 
laris.M. substriata, Micromonaeha lanceolata,Non- 
nula rubecula, N.ein.eracea, X. ruflcapilla, X. fron- 
talis, X.brunitea, Hapaloptila castanea, Monacha 
nigra, M.flavirostris, M. uiorpheus, M. peruana, M. 
grandior, 9 ; M. pallescens, M. nigrifrons, d ; Cheli- 
dopterate7iebrosa{biTda.iiAegg), and C.brasiliensis. 
All the above-named species are figured (in many 
cases both sexes) except Bucco jncatus and Xon- 
nula frontalis. The genera treated of are Uro- 
galba, Gcilbula, Brachygalba, Jacamaralcyon, Gal- 
balcyrhynchus, Jacamerops, Bucco, Malacoptila, 
Micromonaeha, Xonnula, Hapaloptila, Monacha 
and Ghelidoptera. 

16 

Forster's Catalogue of the Animals of 
North America or Faunula Ameri6ana. 
[Reprint, by the Willughby Society.] 
Edited by P. L. Sclater. Pp. i-iv, 1- 
43, pi. 1, 8vo; London, 1882. 

17 

Forster's Animals of Hudson's Bay. 
[Reprint, by the Willughby Society.] 
Edited by P. L. Sclater. Pp. i-iv, 382- 
433, 8vo, London, 1882. 

18 

Wagler's Six Ornithological Memoirs 
from the "Isis." [Reprint, by the Wil- 
lughbv Society.] Edited bv P. L. Sclater. 
Pp. i-iv, 1-138, 8vo, London, 1884. 

19 

Catalogue of the Passeriformes, or 
Perching Birds, in the Collection of the 
British Museum. FriwiilUformes. Part 
II, containing the families Ccerehidce, 
Tanagridiv, and Icterida'. Pp. i-xvii, 1- 
431, pis. i-xvii i, 8vo, Loudon, 1886. (Cat. 
Bds. Brit. Mus., Vol XL) 

A descriptive catalogue of the known species 
(.575 in number, referable to 100 genera, repre- 
sented in the British ISIuseum collection by 5,494 
specimens) of the families Goerebidce, Tandgridoe, 
and Icteridce. Three new genera are proposed, 
viz, Pseudodacnis, Delothrnupis, and Oymnosti- 
nops, and the following new species are described : 
Dacnis salmoni, Thlypopsis amazonum, Arremon 
nigrirostris, and Agelixus forbesi. Figures are 
given of Diglossa mystacalis, Gonirostrum fraseri, 
d ; Dacnis salmoni, 9 ; D.cverebicolor, cf , 9 ; Ghlo- 
rophanes purpurascens, d ; Gerthiula martinicana, 

C. dotninicana, Chloro2>honiaroraiiii(e, d ; C.jJavi- 
rostris, 9 ; Euphonia eoncinna, cf , 9 ; E.finschi, 
d ; E. saturata, d ; E. melanura, d, 9 ; E. vittata, 
d; Phoenicothraupis gutturalis, d; Ne^nosia albi- 
gularis, cf , 9 ; Thlypopsis ornata, d ; T.inornata, 
d ; Buarremon leucopis, B. comptus, B. tricolor, 
Arremon tcuchereri, d, and Icterus hauxwelli. 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Catalogue of the Passeriformes, or 
Perching Birds, in the Collection of the 
British Museum. Oligomyoda', or the fam- 
ilies Tijrannida', Oi-i/rJiainphidw, Fipridcv, 
CoUngidcp, Phytotom\(hi\ I'liilepittidcc, Pit- 
tidw, Xenicidw, and EurtiUvmidcv. Pp. i- 
xix, 1-494, pis. i-xxvi, 8vo, London, 1888. 
(Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., Vol. XIV.) 

A descriptive catalogue of tlae known species of 
the above-mentioned families. Tlie species enu- 
merated are 605 in number, referred to 142 genera, 
and represented in tbe collection of the British 
Musenm by 7,360 specimens, each one of ■whicli is 
catalogued with the locality whence it came. 
Threenewgeneraarecreated, viz, Ochthoriiis, Oce- 
notriecus and Coracopitta; tlie new term Calopitta 
is adopted for a section of Pitta; Bonaparte's MS. 
name Ldthrwuoma is published as a synonym of 
Anlia; Keichenbach's genus llimra is emended to 
Helimira. and the two species Empidochanes 
salvini and Ohloropipo holochlora are described. 
Tlie following species are figured: Agriornis pol- 
lens, A.insolen.s; A.solitaria, Tcenioptera holuspio- 
dia, Ochthodiceta fusco-rufus. Oehthoeca leucome- 
topa, O. citrinifrons, O. pulchella, Platyrliynchiis 
flavigularis, P. albvndarii, Euscarthmus ruisatus, 
E. impiger, Leptnpogun eri/tlirops, Tyrannisciis cin- 
ereiceps, T. gracilipcs, EJai.iea olivina, Khyneho- 
cyclus fulvipectus, Hirystes albocinereus, Muscivora 
occidentalis, cT,?; Ctiipodectes suhhrunne'us,Myi- 
obius fiavicans, M.ronnmce, Geratopipra ira- 
cunda, Heteropelma wnllacit, IT. fla vicapiUum; H. 
igniceps, HetcroccvciiH ainantiivcrtex, JSadrosto- 
mus homochroiis, d', $ , PacIn/rltain^Jhussjiodiurus, 
(f, ?, and lodopjleura Icxicopygia. 

21 

Argentine Ornithology. A descriptive 

catalogue of the Birds of the Argentine 

Republic. By P. L. Sciater, with notes 

on their habits by W. H. Hudson. Vol. 

I, pp. i-xxiv, 1-208, pis. i-x (1888); Vol. 

II, pp. i-xv, 1-251, pis. xi-xx (1889). 
Royal 8vo, London, 1888-89. 

A history of the birds of the Argentine Repub- 
lic, containing tlieir descriptions, notes on their 
habit.s, and some of tlieir synonyms. The total 
number of species assigned tothe" Argentine Avi- 
fauna is 434, of which tlie following are figured : 
Mimus triurus, Clndun crJnilzi, Cyclorhin ochro- 
cejjhala, C.altirostiit!. i^tfjiluDidjihorutt Icucoceplia- 
lu.s, Saltatricula multicolor, 2[olothru.'i bndius, 21. 
riifoaxillaris,\)n\\. ; Td'iiiojiti'ra nibrtra,Phytotoma 
riitila, cT, ? ; Huinorus lophotes, Diymornisbrid- 
gesi, Ghcetocercus bvrmelsteri, Hydiopsalis furci- 
fera, Goecyztia cinereus, Comirus molince, Bolbo- 
rhynchunayinara, liuteo siraiDndni, Ardi'ttainvol- 
vcris, Cygiivs nigricollis, Pallns niaciilatus, and 
Not.linra da ru'ini. Lists are appended of the prin- 
cipal authorities upon the Ornithology of the 
Argentine Republic, and tlie principal localities 
mentioned in the worli where collections were 
made. 

22 

Catalogue of the Passeriformes, or 
Perching I^iirds, in the Collection of the 
British Museum. Irachcophonw, or tlie 
families Dendroi-olaptida\ Formicariidn', 
Conopophagida', and J'feropfochida'. Pp. 
i-xvii, 1-371, pis. i-xx, 8vo, London, 
1890. (Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., Vol. XV.) 



A descriptive catalogue of the known species 
of the above-mentioned families, embracing 531 
species, referred to 92 genera, rejiresented in the 
collection of the Briti.sh Museum by 4,482 speci- 
mens. The genus ThamnochariR .ind the two 
species Cereomacra hypomelcena and Liosccles 
eritliacus are described a.s new. The following 
species are figured: Geositta crasHrostris, Furna- 
rius torridiin, Synallaxis adusta, Siptomis subcris- 
tata{Sy}iallaxissubcnstataonY>'ia,te),Phacelodomus 
riifipomis, Automolus holostictus, A. ridndus, 
Philydor erythronotux, P. consobrinug, Dendrornis 
polystictus, Thamyiophilus cethiops, j', ^ ; T. ni- 
griceps, T. inaignis, cT, ? ; !'■ albinuchalis, cf • ? ; 
Mynnotherula erythrura, H". ^ : Hypocnemig lepi- 
diinota, rt", 9. Grallaria haplonota, G . erythrotis, 
G. nifo-cinerea, and G./ulviventris. 



Tlie Geographical Distribution of Birds ; 
an address delivered before the Second 
International Ornithological Congress at 
Budapest, May, 1891. Pp. 1-45, 8vo, 
Budapest, 1891. 

An address on the recent .advances iu our 
knowledge of tlie geographical distribution of 
birds, being a review of' the principal additions 
made to the literature of geographical ornithol- 
ogy since 1875. 

(Seepaper No. 1128.) 
24 

Catalogue of the Picaria? in the Collec- 
tion of the British Museum. Scansores 
and Coccyges, containing the families 
Rhamphastida', Galbulida>, and Bncconidm. 
8vo, London, 1891. (Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., 
XIX, pp. 122-208, pis. vi-x.) 

A descriptive catalogue of the known species 
of Rharnpkastidce, Galbulidce and Bucconidre, com- 
prising 18 genera and 123 .species, represented in 
the national collection by 1,335 specimens. Each 
specimen is catalogued with the locality where it 
was obtained. Brachygalba fulciventris is de- 
scribed as a new species, and the following species 
are figured: Ptemglossvs didymus, Aulacorham- 
plnis erythrognathus, A, calorhynchus, A. whitelya- 
ntu, and A. cyanolcemus. 

25 
A new List of Chilian Birds. Compiled 
by the late Harry Berkeley James, with 
a preface by P. L. Sciater. Pp. i-vii, 1- 
15, royal 8vo, Loudon, 1892. 

A list of 255 species and their native names, by 
the late H. B. James, with a preface containing an 
obituary notice of the author by Mr. Sciater. 

26 

The Book of Antelopes. By P. L. Scia- 
ter and Oldiield Thomas. Illustrated by 
Joseph Wolf and J. Smit. Part I, pp. 
1-57, 4to, 1895. 

An illustrated monograph of the antelopes, in- 
cluding their synonymy, characters, history, and 
habits! The species treated of are: Bubalis bus- 
ciaphvs, Ji. inajiir, B. tora, B.swaynei, B.ctikei, B. 
caama, B.jacksoni,B. liehtensteini. and Damaliscus 
hunteri. The following species are figured: Bub- 
alis buselaphvs, B. S2vaynei, B. cokei, B. caa)iia, B. 
lichteyisteini, and Ddmaliscus hunteri. Part I in- 
cludes the genera Bubalis and Damaliscv^. 



(For list of jmblications subsequent to December, 1894, see Appendix. ) 



PART II. 

A CHRONOLOGICAL CATALOGUE OF PAPERS PUB- 
LISHED IN THE MEMOIRS, PROCEEDINGS AND 
JOURNALS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES, AND OTHER 
PERIODICALS. 



27 
Note on the Water Rail. 

Zoologist, II, 1844, p. 669. 
Note on the Water Rail (Rallus aqtiaticus) 
breeding near Odiham, iu Hampshire. 

28 
Marten killed in Wales. 

Zoologist, III, 1845, p. 1018. 
Note on a specimen of the Marten Cat {Martes 
foina) taken in a trap near Odiham, Hampshire, 
with reference to a specimen killed in Wales by a 
pack of hounds. 

29 
Arrival of Summer Birds near Odiliam 
in 18-15. 

Zoologiit, III, 1845, p. 1067. 
A list of 9 migratory birds, with dates of their 
arrival near Odiham in the summer of 1845. 

30 
Occurrence of Aquatic Birds near Odi- 
ham. 

Zoologist, III, 1845, p. 1077. 
Note on the occurrence near Odiham of Oidemia 
nigra, Chenalopex (xgyptiacus and Anas sponsa. 

31 
Early appearance of the Tufted Duck. 

Zoologist, IV, 1846, p. 1214. 
Note on a specimen of the Tufted Duck (Fuligula 
cristata) shot on the Ichen, in Hampshire, on Oc- 
tober 13, 1845. 

32 
Occurrence of Sabine's Snipe in Hamp- 
shire. 

Zoologist, IV, 1846, p. 1300. 
Note on the occurrence of a specimen of Sabine's 
Snipe (Seolopax saltini) near Basingstoke. 

33 
Description of an apparently new 
species of Calliste. 

Oontr. to Ornithology, 1850, p. 50. 
Calliste chrysnnota is described. 
34 

On some new species of Calliste. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1»51, pp. 21-25, pi. 

Ixix. 

Calliste i'i;e«ce?!S (p. 22, pi. Ixix, fig. 1), G. xnn- 

thogastra (p. 23) and 0. chrysuphryx (p. 24, ])1. Ixix, 

fig. 2) are described, and a description of C. pune- 

ata (Linn.) is also given. 



Synopsis of the Tanagrine genus Cal- 
liste. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, ]ip. 49-68, pi. 
Ixx. 
Characteis are given of 48 species of Calliste, of 
which the following an- described a.s new : Calliste 
castaneoveiitris, C. ruficapiUa, C.lunigera, C. lam- 
protis, C. ccelicolor, G. leucotis and G. castanonota. 
C. icterocephala and G. lunigera are figured. 

36 

Synopsis of the genus Euphonia, with 
descriptions of new species. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, pp. 81-92, pi. 
Ixxv. 
Twenty-three species of the genns Euphonia are: 
characterized, of which the following are described 
as new; Fiijilioiila tnelanvra, E. frontalis (Bp. 
MS.), and E. pynhiipJn-ys. The last-namedspecies 
and E. nigricoUis n re figured. Three other species 
of doubti'ul status are considered. 

37 

Remarks on the Prince of Canino's 
"Note sur les Tangaras." 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, pp. 93-96. 
Observations to correct what appear to be errors 
in the synonymy of the paper. The generic 
names Euschemon and Enprepiste are proposed, 
and Chlorophonia is emended to Ghloreuphonia. 

38 

On the genus Tanagrella, Swainson. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, pp. 97, 98, pi. 
Ixxiv. 
Remarks on the three species, T. velia. T. cyano- 
melas and T. calophrys, of which T. caloiihrys is 
figured. 

39 

On the genus Chlorochrysa, Bp. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, pp. 99-101, pl. 
Ixxiii. 
C.calliparcea and C.phcenicotis are remarked 
upon and figured. 



On the genus Daenis, Cuvier, with de- 
scription of a new species. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, pp. 105-110. 

A synopsis of the genua Dacnis. Six species 
are enumerated, of which />. aerehicolor is de- 
scribed as new, and remarks are added upon other 
species of doubtful status. 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



On a new species of Manakin. 
Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 143. 
Pipra flaincoUis is described. 

42 
On two new species of Birds of the 
genus Tcenioptera. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1851, pp. 193,194, 
pis. xli, slii. 
Tainioptera erythropygia and T. striaticollis are 
described and figured . 

(See Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 77.) 

43 

Synopsis of the genus Galbula. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 29-33. 
A synopsis of the genus Galhula ; eleven species 
are enumerated, of whioti G. maculicmida and G. 
inornata are described as new. 

(See also Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp- 
61, 93, and paper No. 1.) 

44 

On a new species of the genus Nigrita. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 34, pi. Ixxxiii. 
Nigrita bicolor is described and figured. 

45 
On a new species of Galbula. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 61. 
G. melanogenia is described. 

(See also Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 

29, 93, and paper 'So. 1.) 



Further remarks on the Galbnli^a'.. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 93-95, pi. xc. 
Notes on tlie genera of the family Galbulidce. 
Galbula melanogenia is figured. 

(See also Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp- 
29, 61, and paper No. 1.) 

47 
On certain species of Dacnis. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 101, 102, pi. 
xciii. 
Observations on D. speciosa (which is figured as 
X>. analis) and JD. plumhca. D. coerebicolor is also 
figured. 

48 
List of a collection of Birds made by 
James Daubeny, esq., on the coasts of 
the Eed Sea iu"l85L 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 123-126. 
A catalogue of 76 species, with critical remarks 
upon some of them. 

49 
Description de six Oiseaux nouveaux 
appartenaut a la collection du Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris. 

Rev. et Mag. de Zool., 1852, pp. 8, 9. 
Arremon inysticalis. Pipilo2}sis flavigularis, 
Piprceidea albiveHtiin, Pipra isidorei, P. fiavi- 
capilla and P. pyrocephnla are described. 

50 

Description d'une nouvelle espece de 

Cot'inga provenant de I'expedition de MM. 

Casteluau et Deville dans TAmerique 

du 8ud. Par E. Deville et P. L. Sclater. 

Rev. et Mag. de Zool., 1852, pp. 226, 227. 

Cotinga porphyrolcema is described. 



51 

Description of some new species of 
Birds from the Parisian collections. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 129-132, pis. 

xcvi-c. 
Reprint of the two preceding papers. Figures 
are given of the followinsr species: Cotinga por- 
phyrolcema. Arremon mysticalis, Pipilopsis flavi- 
gularii, Pipraeidea albiventris, Pipra isidorei, P. 
Jlavicapilla and P. pyrocephala. 

52 
List of a collection of Birds procured 
by Mr. C. T. Andersson in the Damara 
country in southwestern Africa, with 
notes. By H. E. Strickland and P. L. 
Sclater. 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 141-160. 
A list of 111 species, with remarks upon them. 
Fourteen new species are described by Strick- 
land, and one bj' Sclater, viz., Sphenceacus pyc- 
nopygius. 

53 

On two new species of South American 
Birds. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1852, p. 34, pis. xlvii, 
xlviii. 
Oulieivora boliviana and Pipra Jtavo-tincta are 
described and figured. 

54 
On a new species of Dendrocolapies. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1853, pp. 68, 69, pi. lii. 
Dendrocolap)tes eytoni is described and figured. 

55 
Descriptions of new species of Bucconi- 
dw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1853, pp. 122-124, 
pis. 1, li. 
A new generic name, Nonnula, is proposed, and 
the following new species are described : Bucco ra- 
diatus, B. striatipectus, Malacoptila fulvogvlaris, 
M. svbstriata and M. aspiersa. Bvcco radiatus and 
Malacoptila substriata are figured. 

56 
Description de deux nouvelles especes 
d'Oiseaux. 

Rev. et Mag. de Zoologie, 1853. p. 480. 
Dacnis pxdcherrivia and Formicivora ornataaTe 
described. 

57 
Note sur deux nouvelles especes du 
genre Momot {Momotus). 

Rev. et Mag. de Zoologie, 1853, pp. 489, 490. 
Momotus semirufus and M. subru/escens are 
described. 

58 
Characters of some new or imperfectly 
described species of Tanagers. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. ioMcZon, 1854, pp. 95-98, pis. 
Ixiv, Ixv. 
The following species are characterized: Arre- 
mon axillaris, Ramphocelvs dorsalis. 15p. MS., 
Buthravpis chloronota, Euphonia concinna and E. 
hirundinacca, Bp. Buthraupis chloronota, Eupho- 
nia concinna and E. hirundinacca arc figured. 

59 

List of a collection of birds received by 
Mr. Gould from the Province of Quijos, 
in the Republic of Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, pp. 109-115, 
pis. Ixvi. Ixvii. 
A list of 69 species, with i-emarks upon them. 
The following species are described as new : Gal- 



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bula chalcothorax, Tyrannula phoenicura, and Ar- 
remon gpectabilis. Tyrannula phoenicura, T. or- 
nata, and Arre7non sj^ectabilis are figured. 

50 
Descriptions of two uew Tanagers in 
the British Museum. 

Proc. Zool. Soo. London, 1854, pp. 157, 158, 
pis. Ixviii, Ixix. 
Chlofospingiis melanotis and Tachyphonus xan- 
thopygius are described and figured. 

61 

Description of a new Tanager of the 
genus Calliste. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 248. 
Callintevemista is described. 



Description of a second species of the 
genus Frocnias. 

Proc. Zool. ,Soc. London, 1854, p. 249. 
Frocnias occidentalis is described. 



On two new species of Dacnu, and on 
the general arrangement of the genus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, pp. 251, 252. 
Dacnis harllaubi and D. egregia are described, 
and a list of the species of Dacnis is given. 



Descriptions of six new species of 
Birds of the subfamily Formicariina:. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, pp. 253-255, 

pis. Ixx-lxxiv. 

Myrmeciza leucaspis, M. tnargaritala, Hypoc- 

nernis melanolcema, H. melanosticta, Forniicivora 

caudata and Pithys erythrophrys are described 

and figured. 

65 
On a new species of Tanager in the 
British Museum. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 2, XIII, pp. 
24,25 (1854). 
Remarks on the three known species of Phae- 
nicothraupis, of which P. gutturalis is de.scribed 
as new. 

66 
A synopsis of the Fissirostral family 
Bticconidw. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 2, XIII, pp. 

353-365,474-484 (1854). 
A reAiew of the species of the family Buccon- 
idm. Malacoptilfi frontalis is described as new. 
The genera treated of are : Bucco, Malacoptila, 
Monasa and Chelidoptcra. 

(Also printed separately with plates added. 

See paper No. 3. ) 

67 
List of Birds exposed for sale in the 
market at Rome in January, 18.53. 
Zoologist, 1854, pp. 4160-4164. 

An annotated list of birds exposed for .tale in 
the Piazza della Rotonda, Rome. 



On the genus CuUcivora of Swainson 
and its comijoneut species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 11, 12. 

The generic term Polioptila is proposed in the 
place of CuUcivora, and the four known species of 
the genws are characterized. 



Remarks on the arrangement of the 
Jacamars (Galbulidw), with descriptions 
of some new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 13-16, pi. 

Ixxvii. 
Additional information concerning the ar- 
rangement of the Galbulidw and descriptions of 
the following new species: Galbula fuseicapilla, 
Vrogalba amazonum, and Brachygalba melanos- 
terna, the first named of which is figured. A 
table showing the distribution of the 20 known 
species is appended. 

(See Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, pp. 29, 61,93, 
and paper No. 1.) 

70 
Characters of six new species of the 
genus Thamnopliilus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 18, 19, pis. 
Ixxix-lxxxii. 

Thamnophilus transandeanus, T. leuchauchen, T. 
albinuchalis, T. melanonotus, T. nigrocinereus and 
T. ccBsius are described. T. leuchauchen, T. melan- 
onotus, T. nigrocinereus and T. ccesius are figured. 



Note on the sixteen species of Texan 
Birds named by Mr. Giraud. of New York, 
in 1841. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 65, 66. 

Critical remarks on the species described in Mr. 
J. P. Giraud's work, "Descriptions of sixteen 
new species of North American birds, collected 
in Texas, 1838." New York, 1841. Folio. 



On a new species of the genus Todiros- 
trum of Lesson. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Ljondon, 1855, pp. 66, 67, pi. 
Ixxxiv. 

Todirostrum nigriceps is described and figured. 
T. spiciferum, Lafr., is also figured, and notes are 
added ou other species of the genus. 



On some new or little-known species of 
Birds in the Derby Museum at Liverpool. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 74-77, pis. 

ixxxv-lxxxviii. 
Remarks on the new and rare species in the 
Derby Museum. The following new .species are 
described and figured: Conirostrum fermginei- 
ventre, Synallaxis erythrothorax, Painphoccenus 
cinereiventris, and Cyphorinus albigularis. A list 
of the known species of Conirostrum is given. 

74 
Descriptions of four new or little- 
known Tanagers. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 83-85, pla. 

Ixxxix-xcii. 

Descriptions and figures arc given of Arremon 

erythrorhynchus (ii. sp.), Tachyphonus xanthopy- 

gius, Tanagra notahilis, and Saltator arremonops. 



Descriptions of some new species of 
Ant Thrushes (Foi-micariince) from Santa 
Fe di Bogota. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 88-90, pis. 
xciv-xcvii. 

The generic nanio I'.'<ilorhamphus is proposed in 
the place of Leptoi-hynehus, J\li''n6t. The follow- 
ing species are di'scrib('<l: (Irallavia hypoleuca, 
G. inodesta, Chamceza mollissima, Forniicivora 
callinota,Dysithatnnusse)iiicinereus, aniPyriglena 
tyrannina. All except Grallaria hypoleuca are 
figured. 



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76 
Descriptions of some new species of 
Birds from Santa Fe cli Bogota. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. ]09, 110, 
pis. xcix-cii. 
Descriptions and figures are given of the fol- 
lowing species : Nemosia albigvlaris, Pyriglena 
ellisiana, Anthus hogotensis, and Otocorys pere- 
grina. 

77 

On the Birds received in collections 
from Santa F^ di Bogota. 

Proc. Zool. tSoc. London, 1855, pp. 131-164, 

pis. ciii, civ. 
A list of 435 species, with remarks upon some 
of them. The name HeterocneniiH is jiroposed in 
the place of Strickland's genus Holocncmli, and 
the species Hetcrocnemis inarginata and Todiros- 
trum gracilipes are described as new. Vireolanius 
icterophrys and Ampelion cinctus are figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 25; 

1857, p. 15.) 

78 

Characters of some apparently new 
species of Bucconidw, accompanied by 
a Geographical Table of the Family. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 193-196, 

pis. cv, cvi. 
The following species are characterized and 
remarked iipon: Bucco hyperrhynclms (Bp.). B. 
dysoni. Gray, MS.; B. pulmentmn (Bp. et Verr. 
MS.), Mona'sa jjeniana, Bp. et Verr. MS.; Bucco 
picatits, sp nov., and Malacoptila nigrifusca, sp. 
nov. B. hy2}errhynclms and B. piilmentum are fig- 
ured. A geographical table of the Bucconidce is 
added. 

79 

Note on the genus Legriocintlus, Lesson, 
and its synonyms. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 2]2-214. 

Remarks on the genus Legriocinclus, with a 
list of its synonyms, and adoption of the name 
Oinclocerthia in its stead. 

80 
Description of a newly discovered Tan- 
ager of the genus Buarremon. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 21'i, pi. cix. 

Buarremon leucopterus (Jard.) is characterized 
and figured. 

81 

Characters of two new species of Tana- 
gers. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, pp. 227, 228, pi. 
ex. 

Lesson's name Iridosornis is emended to Iri- 
dornis, and the species Dubusia auricrissa and 
Iridor7iis porphyroce2>hala are Aoacrihed; the lat- 
ter is figured. 

82 

A draft arrangement of the genus Tham- 
7i02)hilu8,Yieillot. 

Edinburgh JSlew Phil. Jour., n. 8.,I, pp. 226- 
249 (1855). 
Descriptions of and remarks upon 39 species 
of Thamnophilus, of which I. ventralis and T. 
maculipennis are described as new. 



Note on the Zoological Appendix to the 
Rejjort of the U. S. Naval Astronomical 
Expedition to the Southern Hemisphere, 
and on the Geographic Range and distri- 
bution of the 'Tanagrine Genera CalUste 
and Euphonia. 

Proc, Zool. Soc, London, 1856, pp. 18, 19. 



Note on the correct habitat of Oalliste cyanei- 
collis, G. gyroloidei; and Euphonia rufiventris, to- 
gether with a table showing the geographical dis- 
tribution of the genus Calliste. 

84 
On some additional species of Birds 
received in collections from Bogota. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 25-31, pis. 
cxvi-cxix. 
A list of, and remarks upon. 23 additional 
species from Bogota. The following new species 
are described : Synallaxis elegans, S.mocsta. Ana- 
bates erythropterus, Margarornis brunnescens, 
Orthoeca fumicolor, Eiiscarthmus agilis, Pipra 
coracina, Verr. MS. ; Conopophaga cucullata, 
GIdorospingus xanthophrys, C. lichtensteini, Oalli- 
nago nobilis, and liallus semiphimbeus. Figures 
are given of Margarornis brunncscens. Ortfioeca 
fumicolor, Euncarthmus agilis, and Conopophaga 
cucullata. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 
131; 1857, p. 15.) 

85 
Note on PsaHria fiariceps, a third Amer- 
ican species of the Parine genus PsaHria. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 37, 38. 
.Xgithalus flaviceps oi Sundevall is here referred 
to the genus Psaltria. 

86 
Synopsis Avium Tanagrinarum. A de- 
scriptive catalogue of the known species 
of Tanagers. Part I. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, IS.'ie, pp. 64-94. 
Part I contains the following genera : Pitylus, 
Orchesticus, Diucopii; Saltator, Psittospiza, Lam- 
pronpiza, Cis.sopsis, Oreothraupin, Arremon, Phoe- 
nicophilus, Buarremon and Chlorospingus. 

Two new generic names are proposed : Oreo- 
thraupis and Ca/enoc/iroM.s (a new sectional name 
of Buarremon), and the following new species 
are described: Arremon d'orbignii, A. devillii, 
Buarremon 2)hoeopleu,rus, and CMorospingiis jiavi- 
ventris. 

86 a 

Synopsis Avium Tanagrinarum. A de- 
scriptive catalogue of the known species 
of Tanagers. Part II. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 108-132. 
Part II contains the following genera : Pi/rrho- 
coma, Nemosia, Cypsnagra, Tachyphonus, Tricho- 
thraup>is,Eucoinetis,Lanio,Phoenicothrauxns,Lam- 
protes, Orthogonys, Pyranga and Ramphocelus. 

The generic name Eucometis is proposed, and 
the following new species are described : Nemosia 
guirina, N. insignis, N. auricollis, and Mampho- 
celus unicolor. 

86 6 
Synopsis Avium Tanagrinarum. A de- 
scriptive catalogue of the known species 
of Tanagers. Part III. 

J'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 230-281. 
Part III embraces the following genera : Spin- 
dalis, Tanagra, Ditbusia, Compsocoma, Buthrau- 
pi.% Stepihanophorus, Poecilothraupis, Iridornis, 
Galliste, Diva, Pipridea, Ghlorochrysa, Tanagrella, 
GlosbiptUa, Chlorophonia and Euphonia. 

The new generic terra Glossiptila is proposed; 
Swainson's genus Piproeidea is emended to Pipri- 
dea, and the following new species are described: 
Gallistevieilloti. G. cyanescens. Pipridea venezuelen- 
sis, Euphonia fiilticrissa, and E. craxsirostris. A 
table showing the geographical distribution of the 
Tanagridee is subjoined. Altogether 272 species 
of Tanagers are treated in this and the two pre- 
ceding papers. 

(The Synopsis Avium Tanagrinarum as a 
whole was also printed separately. See 
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87 

Note on Buglodijtes albicilius. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 97. 
Remarks on Buglodytes albicilius, Bp., and its 
synonyms. 

88 

On some new or imperfectly known 
species of StjnaUaxis. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 97-99. 
Synallaxis rvficapilla, Vieill.; »S. sjnxi, and S. 
caniceps, spp. nn., are characterized and remarked 
upon. 

89 

List of Mammals and Birds collected 
by Mr. Bridges in the vicinity of the 
town of David, in the Province of Chiri- 
qui, in the State of Panama. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 185C, pp. 138-14.3. 

Five species of mammals and 46 .species of birds 
are enumerated and remarks made ui)on tbem. 
Two new birds are described, viz, Tham.nopMlus 
bridgt'si and Geotrygon chiriquensis. Tbe name 
Aglaia fanny. L.afr. {Calliste fanny, Gray) is 
changed to Calliste franciscm. 

90 
Note on some Birds from the Island of 
Ascension. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 144, 145. 
A list of six species with remarks upon them. 

91 
On the species of the American genus 
Parra. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 282, 283. 
The characters are given of five species of the 
genus Parra. two of which are new, viz, P. inter- 
media (Verr. MS.), and P.melano)}ygia. 

92 
Catalogue of the Birds collected by 
M. Auguste Salle in southern Mexico, 
with descriptions of new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, pp. 283-311, 

])ls. cxx, cxsi. 
A list of 233 species, witli remarks upon them. 
The following species are described as new : Ger- 
thiola mexicana, Anahates nibrginoaus, A. cervini- 
gxdans, Anabazenops variegatieeps, Xenops inexi- 
caniis, Sclerurus mexicanus, Scytalopus prosthe- 
levciis, Farus meridionalis, Formicarius moniliger, 
Todirostnim ciiiern.gulare, Mvscivora mexicana, 
Tyranniila sulphvreipyga, Elainea variegata, Pi- 
pra mentahs, and Myiadestes unicolor. Phcethor- 
nis adoiphi is adopted for Sall6's MS. name Pyg- 
mornis adoiphi. Granatelliis sallcei and Pipra men- 
talis are figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1857, pp. 

81,201,226; 1858, p. 294.) 

93 
On a new Tanager of the genus Cal- 
liste. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 311. 
Calliste riifgenisis described. 

94 
Descriptions of eight new species of 
Birds from South America. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 2, XVII, pj). 

466-470 (1856). 
The characters are given of anew genus ( THglos 
sopis) and eight new specie.s viz, Synallaxis cas- 
tanea, Diglossoprs ccerulescens, Diglossa indi'jotica, 
Verr. MS.; Anabates infuf^catus, A. lineaticepis, 
Myiadestes venezuelensis. Pipreola melanolcemci, 
and C/droxiphia regina (Natt. MS.). 



Description of a new species of Tanager 
of the genus Saltator. 

Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1856, p. 261. 
Saltator atripennis is described. 

96 
Characters of an apparently unde- 
scribed Bird belonging to the genus 
Campijlorhynchus, of Spix, with remarks 
upon other species of the same group. 

Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1856, pp. 263- 
265. 
Campylorhynchus humilis is described and a 
list of the species of the genus Campylorhynchus 
given. 

97 
The Palombifere of Bagneres de Bigorre. 

Zoologist, 1856, pp. 4943,4944. 
An account of the method of capturing pigeons 
at Bagnferes de Bigorre in the Department of the 
HauteS'Pyren^es, ifrance. 

98 
Notes on the Birds in the Museum of 
the Academy of Natural Sciences of Phil- 
adelphia and other collections in the 
United States of America. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 1-8. 
Notes on the specimens of birds observed dur- 
ing a visit to several museums in the United 
States. The new genus Neocorys is proposed for 
the reception of Alauda sprag^di of Audul)on, 
and Glaucidium californicuvi is suggested as the 
name of a new species of Owl. Icterus ivagleriis 
described. 

99 
Further additions to the list of Birds 
received in collections from Bogota. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 15-20. 
An additional list of 52 species from Bogota, 
with remarks upon them. Anabates striaticoUis, 
Lafr. MS., and Sclerurus brunneus are described, 
as new. 

(See also 'Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 
131; 1856, p. 25.) 

100 
Characters of some apparently new 
species of American Aut Thrushes. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Tjondon, 1857, pp. 46-48. 
The following new species are described: 
Formicarivs trivittatns, Ciivoi)ophaga castanei- 
ceps, Hypocnemis elegaiis, Myrmeciza heinimelcena, 
and Formicioora himnatonota. 

101 

Description of a new Tanager of the 
genus Euplionia. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 66, pi. cxxiv. 
Fuphonia gouldi is described and figured. 

102 
Review of the species of the South 
American subfamily TityrbKc. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 67-80. 
A synopsis of the species (22 in number) of Tity- 
j'ince," embracing the genera Tityra and Pachy- 
ra mphus. Pachyramphus albo-gristits is described 
as new. A table showing the geographical distri- 
bution of tlie species is appended. The te.vt is 
illustrated. 

103 
On Pariis meridionalis and some other 
species mentioned in the (Jatalogue of 



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Pirds collected by M. Sa]16 in soutliern 
Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1857, pp. 81, 82. 

Notes made on M. Sall6'a collection from Mex 
ico after comparison with other specimens from 
the aamo locality. 

(See also Proc.2ooi. Soc. London, 1856, p. 283.) 

104 
On three new species of the genus Todi- 
rostrum. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 82-84, pi. 

cxxv. 
Todirostrum calopterum, T. capitate, and T. exile 
are described and figured. A list of the known 
species of Todirostrum is given. 

106 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Thomas 
Bridges, corresponding member of the 
Society, m the Vallej^ of San Jose, in the 
State of California. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 125-127. 
A list of 33 species, with remarks upon some of 
them. The name Glaucidiutn californicum is 
adopted for G. infuscatum, Cassin. 

106 
Note on the Upland Goose. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 128. 
Note pointing out that Ohloeplmga magellanica 
is the correct name for the true "Upland Goose." 
(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 
289.) 

• 107 
Descriptions of twelve new or little- 
known species of the South American 
Family Formicariidw, 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 129-133, pi. 
cxxvi. 

Characters are given of the following species: 
Orallaria fcrrugineipectus, O. loricata, Hypocne- 
tnis riu'lanopogon, Forniicivora tnelcena, F. uro- 
sticta, F. hauxwelli, F. cinerascens, Ilerpxilochmus 
pectoralis, and Thamnophilus melaiiothorax (nn. 
spp.), Forniicivora brevieavda, Sw,, Di/tsithaimms 
xanthop)terus, Burm., and Thainnophilns inelano- 
ceps, Spix. Forniicivora urosticta and F. haux- 
welli are figured. 

108 

List of additional species of Mexican 
Birds obtained by M. Auguste Salic from 
the environs of Jalapa and S. Andres 
Tuxtla. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 201-207. 

An additional list of 62 species obtained by M. 
Salle ill Mexico, with notes on many of them. 
Cantvtostonia imherhe (gen. et spec, nov.) is de- 
scribed. Figure in text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1856, p. 
283; 1857, pp. 81, 226; 1858, p. 294.) 



On a collection of Birds made by Si- 
gnor Matteo Botteri in the vicinity of 
Orizaba in Southern Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 210-215. 
A list of 38 species, with remarks upon them. 
Neochloebrevipennis, gen. et sp. nov., and Zono- 
trichia botterii, sp. nov., are described. 

110 
Notes on an unnamed Parrot from the 
Island of Santo Domingo, now living in 



the Society's Gardens ; and on some other 
species of the same family. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 224-226, pi. 
cxxvii. 

Chrysotis sallcei is proposed as the name for a 
new species of Parrot, aud remarks are made on 
other species of Psittaci. The uew genus Polych- 
lorus is proposed for tlie reception of Psittacus 
polychlorus, Scopoli, and Psdttacodis ivestermanni, 
Bp. 

Ill 

On a collection of Birds received, by 
M. Sall6 from southern Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 226-230. 
Remarks on a third list, consisting of 29 species, 
obtained by M. Sall6 from Mexico. Diplopterug 
excellens is described as new. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 

283; 1857, pp. 81, 201 ; 1858, p. 294. ) 

112 
Eeview of the species of the Fissirostral 
Family Momotidw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 248-260, pi. 

cxxviii. 
The family name Moniotidce is proposed instead 
of that of Pionitidcv, Illiger. A synoiisis of the 
family is given, with descriptions of two new 
genera, viz, Prionirltyncliua and Fumoniota, and 
two new species, Momotus microstephanus and M. 
nattereri. A table of the geographical distribu- 
tion of the family is added. Prionirhynchus car- 
inatus is figured. The genera included are Mo- 
motus, Hylomanes, Prionirhynchus and Euino- 
mota. 

113 

On a collection of Birds transmitted 
by Mr. H. W. Bates from the Upper 
Amazon. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 261-268. 
An annotated catalogue of 79 species, of which 
Eubucco aurantiicollis is described as new. 

114 
Descriptions of eleven new species of 
Birds from Tropical America. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, pp. 271-277, pi. 
cxxx. 
The genus Melanopitila (illustrated in text) and 
the following new species are characterized: 
Campy lorhynchus jiardns, C. .striaticollis, Anaba- 
zenops guttulatus, Synallaxis multo-striata, Turdug 
fulviiientris (Verr. MS.). T. ignobilis, Cinclus leu- 
eonotus, Tyrannus atrifrons, Melanoptila glabri- 
rostris, Lipaugus rufescens, aud Tinamus casta- 
neus. Anabazenops guttulatus is figured. 

115 
Notes on Califoruiau Birds. By Thomas 
Bridges, corresponding member. Com- 
municated, with remarks by Philip Lut- 
ley Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 1-3, pi. 
cxxxi. 
Notes on 11 species. Melanerpics rubrigularis 
(described \i\ Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., sere. 3,1, 
p. 127, 1858) is figured. 

(See pajier No. 135.) 



Notes on a collectiou of Birds received 
by M. Verreanx, of Paris, from the Rio 
Napo in the Republic of Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 59-77, pi. 

cxxxii. 

A list of 174 species, with remarks upon them. 

Three new genera,— A gatli opus ; Creurgops, Verr. 

MS. ; Euchcetes, Verr.MS. ;— and the following new 



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species are characterized: Anabates melanopezus, 
A.pulvericolor (Liifr. MS.), SynaLlaxis brunneicau- 
dalis (Lafr. MS.), S. albigularis (Lafr. MS.), Mala- 
cocichla macukita, (Verr. MS.), Thamnophilas 
cethiopn, T. capitalin, Dysithamnuii leuoistictiix, 
Pyriglena serva, Heterocnemis albigularis, Con- 
opophaga torrida, Grallarki jiavirostiis, G.fuloi- 
ventris, Todirostmm picatum, Cyclorhynchus ccqui- 
noctialis, I'latyrhynchus coroiiattis, Verr. MS.; 
Elcenia luteiventris, Agathopus micropterus, C'reur- 
gopt veiticalis, Verr. MS.; Euchcetes coceineus, 
Verr. MS., and Coleopicus verreauxi, Malh. 
Euchcetes coceineus and Creurgops verticaiis are 
figured. 

117 
Notes on some Birds of sonthern Mex- 
ico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 95-99. 
Notes on 14 species, with a resume of the num- 
bers of species of birds inhabiting southern 
Mexico. 

118 
On some new or little-known species of 
Accipitres in tlie collection of the Nor- 
wich Museum. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 128-133. 
Remarks on certain species of Accipitres in the 
Norwich Museum with descriptions of two new 
ones, viz, Buteo zoiiocercus and Scops uita. Syr- 
niuin albitarse, Gray, is also characterized. 

(See Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, pp. 261- 

266, pis. 58-61.) 

119 
On some new or little-known species of 
Accipitres in the collection of the Nor- 
wich Museum. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, pp. 261-266, 

pis. 58-61. 
Buteo zonocercus, Syrniuin albitarse, Graj' ; Scops 
usta, and Urubitinga schistacea (Sund.), are de- 
scribed, reiuarked upon, and figured. 

(Reprint from Proc. Zuol. Soc. London. 1858, 

pp. 128-133, with plates added.) 

120 
Note on the variation of the form of the 
Upper Mandible in a Rapacious Bird. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 150. 
Note on, with illustration of, an abnormal varia- 
tion in the form of the upper mandible of Uru- 
bitinga unicincta. 

121 
Synopsis of the American Ant Birds 
(Formicariida). Part I, containing the 
ThamnophUinw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 202-224, pis. 
cxxxix, 0x1. 
A review of the species of the subfamily Tham- 
nophilince. A new genus — Pygiptila — is propo.sed, 
and Thainnophilus amazonicus \» given as a new 
name for T. rujicollis, Spix, whi<'h had beeu 
applied to the female of the species. T. ainazoni- 
cus and Dysithammis leucostictus are ligured. Tlie 
genera treated of in this part are, Vynihilanius, 
Batara, Thainnttphilus, Pygiptila, Dysithamnus 
and Thamnontanes. 

122 
Synopsis of the American Ant Birds 
(Formicariida), Part II, containing the 
Formicivorinw or Ant Wrens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 3858, pp. 232-254, pis. 
cxli, cxlii. 

Areview of the species of the subfamily Formici- 
vorince, with descriptions of two new geiiera, J/j// - 
inothcnda and Gercomacra, and five new sjiecies, 
Myrmotherula tnultostriata, Formicivora crythro- 



ci'rca, Cercomacranigrieans, Pyriglena maciilicau- 
dis and Hypocnemis schistacea. Figures are gi veu 
of Myrmotherula suriname7uis. M. niiillostriata, 
and Formicivora erythrocerca. Part II includes the 
following genera: Jlerpsilochmus, Myrmotherula, 
Formicivora, Psilorhan^pihus, Khainphocanxts, Ger- 
comacra, Pyriglena, Heterocnemis, Myrmeciza and 
Hypocnemis. 

123 
Synopsis of the American Ant Birds 
{Formicariida'). Part III, containing the 
third subfamily, Formicariina; or Ant 
Thrushes. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 272-289, pi. 

cxliii. 
A review of the species of the subfamily J^'ormi- 
cariinK. P'onr new genera are characterized, 
viz, Gymnocichla, Myrmelastes, Orallaricula 
(figure in text), and Phlogopsis (noin. emend, pro 
Phlegopsis, Reich.), and descriptions are given of 
Myrmelastes piluinbeus and M. nigerritnus, nn. spp. 
Myrmelastes pliimbeus is figured. The following 
genera are treated of in P;irt III: Pithys, Gym- 
nocichla, Mynnelastes, Rhopoterpc, Phlogopsis, 
Formicarius, Ghamouza, Grallaria, Grallaricula, 
Gonopophaga and Gorythopis. 



Additional note on the Upland Goose 
( ChloepluKja magellanica. ) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 290, 291. 
An additional note on the Upland Goose, stat- 
ing the difference in the colour of the legs of both 
sexes; also a note pointing out that the Ashy- 
headed Goose should bear the name of Ghloephaga 
poliocephala. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 
128.) 

125 
On some new or little-known species of 
Tanagers from the collection of M. Ver- 
reaux, of Paris. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 293, 294. 
Descriptions of Ghlorospingus rastaneicollis and 
Galliste cyanotis, nn. spp., and remarks on Biiarre- 
mon rufinuchus, Ghlorospingus albitempoi-klis, 
and Galliste xanthocephala. 



On a collection of Birds received by M. 
Auguste Salle from Oaxaca in southern 
Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 294-305. 
A list of 86 species, with remarks upon them. 
A new genus (Ohamceospiza) and the foKowing 
new species are described : Troglodytes brunnei- 
collis, Formicivora boucardi, Einpidonax bairdi, 
Pipilo albicollis, and PetrocheUdon sivainsoni ("new 
name for Hirundo melanogaster, Sw.). 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 

283; 1857, pp. 81, 201, 226.) 



Description of a new species of the 
genus Buteo from Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 356. 
Buteo fuliginosus is described. 

(See Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 267, 
pi. 62.) 

128 

Description of a new species of the 
genus Buteo from Mexico. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 267, pi. 62. 
Buteo fuliginosus is described and figured. 

(Reprint from Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, 
p. 356.) 



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List of Birds collected by Geo. Caven- 
dish Taylor, esq., in the Republic of Hon- 
duras. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. iondoM, 1858, pp. 35U-360. 
A list of 39 species, -witli remarks upon them. 

130 
Characters of five new species of Amer- 
ican Birds. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 446-449. 

The following species are characterized : Eu- 
chlornis frontalis, Turdus leucauchen, Geothlypis 
S2>eciosa, Cycloi-his Jfavijjectus, and Cinclodes bifas- 



List of Birds collected by Mr. Louis 
Eraser at Cuenca, Gualaquiza and Za- 
mora, in the Kepublic of Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 449-461, pi. 
cxlv. 
A list of 88 species, with remarks upon them. 
The following new species are described: Coni- 
rostrum fraseri, Phrygilus ocularis, Synallaxis 
antisicnsiii, and Tyrannulus chrysops. Phrygilus 
ocularis is figured. 

132 

On two species of Ant Birds in the col- 
lection of the Derby Museum at Liver- 
pool. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 540, 541. 

Eemarks on Myrtneciza exsul, sp. nov., and 
Dysithamnus ulivaceus. 

133 

Note on the genus Cichlopsis of Cabanis. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 541-543. 

Note on the genus Cichlopsis, with the descrip- 
tion and synonyms of C. leucogonys. The new 
genus Phainopepla is proposed for the reception 
of Swainson's Ptilogonys nitens. 
134 

On the Birds collected by Mr. Eraser in 
the vicinity of Eiobamba, in the Republic 
of Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, pp. 549-556, jil. 
cxlvi. 
A list of 59 species, with remarks upon them, 
and descriptions of the following new species : 
Troglodytes solstitialis, Catameiiin homochroa, 
Agriornis solitaria. Elainia griseigularis, and E. 
stictoptera. Elainia griseigularis and E. stictop- 
tera are figured. 

135 

Description of a new species of Wood- 
pecker discovered by Mr. Thomas Bridges 
in northern California. 

Ann. and. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, I, p. 127 
(1858). 

Melanerpes rubrigularis is described. 

(A figure of this bird is given in Proc. Zool. 
Soc. London, 1858, pi. cxxxi.) 

136 

Description of a new species of Bird 
from Palestine. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, 11, pp. 
465,466 (1858). 
Amydrus tristratnii is described. 

137 
On the general Geographical Distribu- 
tion of the members of the class Aves. 

Journ. of Proc. Linn. Soc. London (Zool.), 
II, pp. 130-145 (1858). 



A scheme for dividing the earth's surface into 
six zoologic-geographical regions from an or- 
nithological point of view, with lists of the char- 
acteristic forms belonging to each region. 

138 
On the Zoology of New Guinea. 

Journ. of Proc. Linn. Soc. London (Zool.), 
II, pp. 149-170 (1858). 
General remarks ou the zoology of New Guinea, 
with a list of 10 species of m'ammals and 170 
species of birds; also a note on the correct zoo- 
geographical position of New Guinea. Melano- 
charis is proposed as a new genus for the recep- 
tion of Dicmuni nigrum, Less., and Pucheran's 
generic name Trugon is emended to Eutrygon. 
Cracticus personatus, Temm. MS., is described. 



Descriptions of new species of the 
American family Tyrannidw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 40-46. 

The new generic names Mitrephorus and Lega- 
ttis are proposed ; Bonaparte's genus Miozeta is 
emended to Myiozetetes, and the following sjiecies 
are characterized : Attila cilriniventris, Myiody- 
nastes nobilis, Contopus mesoleucus. C. sordidutus, 
Mitrephorus phceocercus, Pyrocephalus mexicanus, 



Elainea placens, Mionectes assimilis. nn. spp., a 
Myiodynastes luteiventris. Bp. The known s_ 
cies of the genera Attila, Myiodynastes and Con 
topus, are enumerated. 



pe- 



Description of a new species of Owl of 
the genus Ciccaba. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 131. 
Ciccaba nigrolineata is described. 

(See Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 268, pi. 

63.) 

141 
Description of a new species of Owl 
of the genus Ciccaba. 

Trails. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 268, pi. 63. 
Ciccaba nigrolineata. is described and figured. 
(Reprint from Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, 
p. 131, with plate added.) 

142 
Note on the Spur- winged Geese (Plec- 
iropterus) now living in the Society's Gar- 
dens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, ])p. 131,132, 

pi. cliii. 

Plectropterus riippellii is proposed for the name 

of a new species, and the points in which it ditters 

from P. gambensis are given. Both species are 

figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 
38.) 

143 

List of the first collection of Birds 
made by Mr. Louis Eraser at Pallatanga, 
Ecuador, with notes and descriptions of 
new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 135, 147, pi. 

cliv. 
A list of 102 species, with remarks upon them. 
The following new si)ecies are characterized: 
Vireo joseplice, Nemosia ornata, Anabates snbala- 
ris, A. temporalis, Dysithamnus unicolor, Eormi- 
civora caloptera, Pachyrhainphus homochrou.'i, and 
Cephalopterns penduliger (named and figured in 
the "Ibis," 1859, p. 114, pi. iii). Yireo josephce is 
figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 

63.) 



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On some new species of Synallaxis, and 
on the Geograpliical Distribution of the 
genus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 191-197. 
Synallaxis jnidica, S.stictothorax and S. scutata 
are' described as new, and tlio 41 known species 
(including S.lcemostMa,n.s\\.) of tlie jienns are 
enumerated . A table showing tlie distribution of 
Synallaxis is given. 

145 

[Exhibition of two rare species of Arc- 
tic Birds, Colymbus adainsi and Eurino- 
rhijnchus pygnwus.] 

Froe. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 201. 
146 
A record of the number of days of incu- 
bation of Birds which breed in the Soci- 
ety's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 205, 206. 
A table giving tbe period of incubation of 
18 species of birds which breed in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens. 

147 

Remarks on exhibiting specimens of 
two species of Divei's {Colymbus) from 
Mr. Gurney's collection. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 206, 207. 
Remarks on Colymbus adamsi, G. K. Gray, and 
C. pacificus, Lawrence, and observations as to 
their deserving specific rank. 
148 
On a collection of Birds from Vancou- 
ver's Island. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 235-237. 
A list of 35 species, with remarks upon them. 

149 
A synopsis of the Thrushes {Tiirdidce) 
of the New World. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 321-347. 
A synopsis of the Turdidce of America. The 
generic name Margarops is proposed in the place 
of Cichlalopia, Bp.; Semimeriihi' and 2liinoii,clila 
are proposed for new sections of Tt(idi(.s- and Gale- 
oscoptca, respectively, and Turdim pinicola and 
Catliarvs oecidentaHs aredescribed as new species. 
A table showing the geographical distribution of 
the Thrushes in America is added. The genera 
treated of are: Catharu", Turdun, Cichlei-initiia, 
Margarops. Oaleoscoptes, Melanojitila, Mi-Iaii' Hs, 
Rhamphocinclus, ClnclocertJda, Harporh^inclius, 
Oreoscoptcs and Mimus. 

150 
[Exhibition of an Egg laid by the Ap- 
teryx {A. manteUi), Avhich had been living 
in the Gardens since 1852.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 350. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 

194.) 

151 

[Exhibition of Eggs of Grus montigiic- 
sia, G. virgo and G. cinerea; also of an 
Egg of Balceniceps rex.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 353. 
152 
On a series of Birds collected in the 
vicinity of Jalapa, in Southern Mexico. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 362-369. 
A list of 226 species, with observations on the 
more remarkable ones. Three new species are de- 
scribed, viz, Cotyle fulvipcnnis, Lendrornis ery- 
thropygia, and Piaya thermophila. 



List of Birds collected by M. A. Bou- 
card, in the State of Oaxaca, in south- 
western Mexico, with descriptions of new 
species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 369-393. 

A list of 238 species, with remarks upon them. 
Dendromancs is proposed as a new generic name, 
and the following new species are described: 
Campylorhynchus jocosus, Thryothorus felix, Cy- 
phorinus pnsillus.Hylophilus ochraceiceps, Ccereba 
carneipes?, Oryzoborus funereus, Spcrrnophila cor- 
vina, Dendroninnes liomochrous, Lipaugus uniru- 
fus, Goltimba nigrirostris, Tinainus boucardi, Salle 
MS., and T.meserythrus. 

154 
On some new or little-known Birds 
from the Rio Napo. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, pp. 440, 441. 
Puarrenion castaneiceps and Grallaria nuchalis 
are described as now, and remarks made upon 
seven other little-known species. 

155 
On some Hybrid Ducks bred in the So- 
ciety's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 442, pi. clviii. 
Remarks on a hybrid between Tadorna milpan- 
ser, (f, and Casarca cana, ? , and on other cases of 
hybridisation in the Zoological Society's Gardens. 
A figure of Tadorna vidpanser X Casarca cana is 
given. 

156 

On the Ornithology of Central Amer- 
ica. By Philip Lutley Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Ibis, 1859, pp. 1-22. 
Part I opens with a summary of the present 
knowledge of Central American Ornithology. 
Fourteen families are covered in this installment, 
containing 121 .species, of which Cistothorus cle- 
gans, Vireolanius 2'ulchellus and Coercba lucida 
are described as new. 

156(1 

On the Ornithology of Central Amer- 
ica. By Philip Lutley Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Ibis, 1859, pp. 117-138, pis. iv, v. 

Part II. This part embraces fifteen families, 
with 129 species, of which Xiphocolaptes emi- 
grans, Sayornis aquatica, Empidonax albigularis, 
and Elainia vilissima are described a.s new, and 
ihe last, with E. placens, is ligured. Eggs of the 
following species are also figured: Tanagravica- 
rius, Pyrgisoma biarcnatum, Pitangus dcrbianus, 
I'yrannus melanchoUcus, Myiozetetes texensis, 
Cyanocitta melanocyanea, and Tardus grayii. 

156 6 
On the Ornithology of Central Amer- 
ica. By Philip Lutley Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Ibis, 1859, pp. 213-234. 

Part III. Twenty-flve families are treated of 
in this part, embracing 132 species. Lophostrix 
stricklandi is described as new. 

The three installments comjiosing the paper 
"On the Ornithology of Central America," enu- 
merate 382 species occurring in that country, eight 
of which are here described for the first time. 

157 

Characters of an undescribed species 
of Hawk Irom New Caledonia. 
Ibis, 1859, pp. 275, 276, pi. viii. 
Aceipiter haplochrous is described and figured. 



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158 

[Recent Ornithological Publications.] 
Ibis, 1859, pp. 318-329. 

A record of Ornithological literature, with au 
abstract of the contents of each work mentioned. 
The new genus Pfueornis ift ]>ropo8ed for the re- 
ception of Cassiu'.s Tcenioptera obscura. 

159 
A list of the Tyrant Birds of Mexico, 
with descriptions of some new species. 
Ibis, 1859, pp. 43G-445, pi. xiv. 
A list of 43 species of Tyrannidce from'M.e-s.icoi 
■with remarks upon them. Empidonax brnchij- 
tarsxis, Gyclorhynchuscincieiceps, and Todirostrum 
schistaceiceps are described as new, and Camp- 
tostoma imberbe and Mitreplwrus phceocercvs are 
figured. 

160 

[Eecent Ornithological Publications.] 

Ibis, 1859, pp. 454-461. 
A list of Ornithological worts, with short ab- 
stracts of their contents. A new genus, Nexop- 
sar, is described. 

161 
Descriiitions of two new species of 
American Parrots. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, IV, pp. 
224-226 (1859). 
Conunis holochloms and C. xantJiolcemus are 
described, and lists given of the Parrots inhabit- 
ing Mexico and certain islands in the West 
Indies. 

162 
Further evidence of the distinctness of 
the Gambian and Eiippell's Spur- winged 
Geese {Pleciropteriis gambensis and I\ 
riippeUii). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 38-42. 
Further remarks on the distinrfnoss of Plec- 
tropterus gambensis and /*. riijijieUii on compari- 
son of their internal structuies, with tables of 
their correct synonymy. Figures of the skulls 
and tracheiB of the two specfes are given in the 
text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1859, p. 
131.) 

163 
List of additional species of Birds col- 
lected by Mr. Louis Eraser at Pallatanga, 
Ecuador, with notes and descriptions of 
new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 63-73. 
Remarks on a second collection obtained by Mr. 
Fraser at Pallatanga, consisting of 64 species, 
including 19 from Chillanes. The term Eupsilos- 
toina is proposed as a new generic name, and the 
following new species aredescribed : Thryothor-us 
mystacalis, Synallaxis erythrojis, (liaUaria regu- 
lus, Myiavchus nigricepis, Plutyrhynchus albogu- 
laris, Eupsilostoma pnsiUum, Tyrannulus fiavidi- 
frons tind T. cinereiceps. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 
135.) 

164 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Fraser in 
the vicinity of Quito and during excur- 
sions to Pichincha and Chimborazo, with 
notes and descriptions of new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 73-83, jil. 

clix. 

A list of 52 species, with remarks upon them. A 

new genus, Oreomanes, is made (figure in text), 

and the following new species are described: 

ihryothorus euophryg, Oreomanes /raseri, Cinclo- 



des excelsior, C. albidiventris, Agriornis andieola 
and A ttagis chimborazensis. Oreomanes /raseri is 
figured. 

165 

List of Birds collected by Mr. B'raser 
in J]cuador, at Nanegal, Calacali, Peru- 
cho, and Puellaro, with notes and de- 
scriptions of new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 83-97, pi. 
clx. 

An annotated list of 130 species, of which the 
following are described as new: Thryothorusnigri- 
capillus, Easileuterus semicervinui, Oryzobnrus 
(ethiops, Pipreola jueunda, Pipra deliciosa (figure 
in text), Ma.nus coronulatus, Cyclorhynchus fiilvi- 
■pectus and llyiobius villosus. Pipreola jucundais 
figured (called Euchlornis jueunda on plate). 

166 
[Exhibition of a large Horned Owl 
(Bilbo maximus, var.) from Pangkong 
Lake, Thibet.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 99. 
167 

Note on the Punjab Sheep living in the 
Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 126-130, 
pis. Ixxix, Ixxx. 
Notes on the differences between Ovis vignii and 
O. cycloceros (both of which are figured), and ob- 
servations on the distinguishing characters of the 
other two Indian species of wild sheep, O. hodg- 
soni and O. nahoor. 

(Cuts of skulls of first two mentioned 
species in text.) 

168 
[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
months of January and February.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 183. 
169 
[Exhibition of Oreopliasis derbianus; and 
announcement of the addition of Sieboldia 
maxima and Balwniceps rex to the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 184. 
170 
[Exhibition of the Egg of the King 
Vulture ( Gijparchns papa).~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 193, 194. 
Believed to be the first well-authenticated egg 
of this species known. 

171 
[Exhibition of a second specimen of 
the Egg of the Apteryx (J. mantelli).} 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 194. 
(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 
350.) 

172 

On the Rheas in the Society's Menagerie, 
with remarks on the known species of 
Struthious Birds. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 207-211. 
Eemarka on Rhea americana and R. darwinii, 
and description of a new species, R. macrorhyn- 
cha, with a sunuuarv of the state of knowledge of 
the Struthious Birds. Figures are given in text 
of the heads of the three species of Rhea. 
(See papers Nos. 177, 276.) 
173 
On the Black-shouldered Peacock of 
Latham [Pavo nUiripennis). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860. pp. 221, 222. 



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Remarks pointing out that the Black-whouUlt'red 
Peacock of Latham (litters from the two other 
species of I'avo, and must tlierefoie bear a ditl'er 
entsiiecificname. Pavo nigripennis in proposed. 

174 

On the species of the genus rrionilnrus, 
and on the Geogfajihical Distribution of 
the Psittacida' in tlie Eastern Archipelago. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 223-228. 

Remarks on tlio tliree kno^vn species of Prioni- 
tvnis and fluir synonymy, and a list of the Psit- 
tacida' inliabitina' the Eastern Archipelago, and 
tlieir Geographical Distribution. A new generic 
name, Opopsitta, is adopted. 



[Additions to the menagerie during the 
months of March and April.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 242, 243. 
176 
List of mammalia collected by Mr. J. 
Monteiro in Angola. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Ijondon, 1860, pp. 245-247. 
A list of nine species, with remarks upon them. 
Oolobvs angolensis is described as new, and the 
live known species of Colobus are enumerated. 

177 
Notes on two Strnthions Birds now 
living in the Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 247-2.")0. 
Notes on Dromcms irroratus, Bartl., and Casv- 
arius hicarimculatva, n. sp. Cuts of the throat- 
wattles of both species are given in the text. 

(See also Rep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1861, 
Pt.I, pp. 176-178; Pt. II, pp. 158,159; 
Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 353, 1862). 
(See also paper No. 172.) 
178 
Notes on a collection of Birds from the 
vicinity of Orizaba and neighbouring 
parts of southern Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 250-254, 

pi. clxiii. 
A list of 44 species, with notes on tliem. Cocco- 
thraustes maculipennis is described, and Baidleu- 
terun mesochrysus, Thamnophilus vielanocrissus, 
and Tinamus robustvs are named. Coccothravstes 
maculipennis ia figured. 

179 
[Exhibition of a specimen of a new 
form of Dormouse {Platacanthomi/s lasi- 
uru8 Blyth.).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 260. 



List of Birds collected by Mr. Fraser 
at Babahoyo, in Ecuador, with descrip- 
tions of new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1800, pp. 272-290, 
pi. clxiv. 

A list of 134 species, with remarks upon them, 
and descriptions of the following new species : 
Geothlypissemiflava,Cyclorhisvirenticeps,Saltator 
flavidicoUis, Embernagra chrysoma, Spermoj)l>ila 
ophthahnica, Oryzohorns occidentalis, Cassiculus 
flavicrissiis, Xiphorhynchus thoracicus, Formici- 
vora consobrina, Cercomacra inaculosa, Pachy- 
rhayvpfin-1 .spodinrvn, Attila torridus, Fluvico'la 
atripeniii!<. ^Irtiarhynchus chrysogaster, Tyrninni.i 
niveigiilaris, 2Iyiarcltvs phceocephalus, Ci/clorhyn- 
chus subbninneus, lluscivora occidentalis, Burco 
leucocrissiis, Piaya nigricrissa and Dryocopxis 
fuscipennis. Cyclorhis virenticeps is tigured, and 



Xiphorhynchus pusillu.i, from New Granada, ia 
described in a footnote on page 278. 

181 
A list of Birds collected by Mr. Era- 
ser at Esmeraldas, Ecuador, with descrip- 
tions of new species. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Ijondon, 1860, pp. 201-298. 
An annotated list of 94 species, of which Cy- 
phorinus phceocephalus smd Bucco subtectus are 
described as new. 

182 
Characters of eleven new species of 
Birds discovered by Osbert Salvin in 
Guatemala. By Philip Lutley Sclater, 
M. A., Secretary to the Society and 
Osbert Salvin, M. A., F. Z. S. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 298-301. 
The genus Thainnistes and the follnwing spe- 
cies are characterized: Polioptila albiloria. Den- 
droeca chrysoparia, Hylophilus cinerciceps, Oly- 
phorhyncJnis pectoralis, Thamnistes anabatinus, 
Platyrhynchus cancromimus, Tyrranulus scmifla- 
vus, Heteropelma vcrce-pacis, Lipaugus holery- 
thrus, Piomis iicematotis and Corethrura rubra. 

183 
Note on the Skull of the Red River- 
hog {Potamochocrus penicillatus). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 301, 302. 
Note on the generic differences of Potamochce- 
rus and Sus, as observed on comparing the skull 
of Potamochoerus penicillatus with tliat of Sus 
indicus. An illustration of the skull of the for- 
mer species is given in the text. 

184 
Description of a new species of Mana- 
kin from northern Brazil. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 312, 313. 
Pipra heteroeerca is described. 

185 
Description of a new Tyrant-bird of 
the genus Elahiea, from the Island of Saint 
Thomas, West Indies. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 313, 314. 
Elainea riisii is described. 

186 
[Exhibition of a drawing of a species 
of Rock Kangaroo just received by the 
Society from Australia.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 323. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of London 
of a drawing of Petrogale xanthopus. and list of 
11 species of Jilacropodidce living in the Societj^'a 
Gardens. 

187 

[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
months of May and June.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp.371, 372. 
188 
Note on the .Japanese Deer living in 
the Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Sac. London, 1860, pp. 375-377. 
Notes on Oervus sika and its synonyms. 

189 
Catalogue of the Birds of the Falkland 
Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 382-391, 
pi. clxxiii. 
A list of 57 species, with remarks upon them. 
Ghloephaga rubidiceps is described as new, and 



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flgnrpil, and Sterna meridionaUs, Cassiii, is re- 
named S. cassini. 

(See also Proc Zool. Soe. London, 1861, p. 
45; 1864, p. 73.) 

190 
[Additions to tlio Menagerie during the 
months of July, August, 8epteraber, and 
October.] 

Proc. ZOol. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 415-417. 
191 
[Exhibition of Bird Skins from Port 
Cliurchill, Hudson's Bay.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 418. 

192 
J^otice of some rare species of Quadru- 
niana now living in the Society's Menag- 
erie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 419-422, 
pi. Ixxxii. 
Remarks on Macacus ocreatus, M. maurus, Cer- 
copithecus rufo-viridis and Cynocephalus anubig, 
with a catalogue of the qnadruinana living In the 
Zoological Society'.^ Gardens, and a list of those 
that have bred there. 

193 
[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
raontli of November.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 442. 
194 
[On the Babirussa and other SuidwVix- 
ing in the Zoological Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18C0, p. 443, pi. 
Isxxiii. 
Note on and figure of Babirussa alficru.i, and 
alistof tlie/SMidoelivlngin the Zoological Society's 
Gardens. 

195 
Note on Oris polii of Blyth. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 443, 444. 
Note on a pair of horns of Ovis polii and their 
dimensions, with illustration of same in text. 



Ueport on the Indian Pheasants bred in 
the Society's Menagerie during the years 
1858, 1859, and 1860. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond.on, 1860, pp. 444, 445. 

Keraarks on the breeding of the five species of 
Himalayan Pliea.sants in tlie Zoological Society's 
Gardens, with a tabular list showing the results 
of the breeding seasons of 1858, 1859 and 1860. 



Characters often new species of Amer- 
ican Birds. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 461-467. 
The name Neopelma is proposed for a new sec- 
tion of Heteropelma. The species characteiized 
are the following: Cnmpylorhjinchus nir/ricrps, 
('. gularis, Vireo inodestus. Vireosiflria cdhaiteiisi.'i, 
2Ijii<ibiu.'!j!nricans, M. pulchcr, M. cri/jitrr/itlirus, 
21. cri/pto.raiitlius, Heteropehna amazoniun and 
H. flaricapiUinn. The known species of tlio 
genera Mjiiubiiis and Heteropelma are enumerated. 

198 

On the I'ggs of two Eaptorial Birds 
from the Falkland Islands, 
Ibis, 1860, i)p. 24-26, pi. 1. 
Remarks on and figures of the eggs of Buteo 
erythronotrts and Milvago australis. 
(See Ibis, 1860, p. 432.) 



199 
Note on Wallace's Standard- wing, Semi- 
optera xvaUacii. 

Ibis, 186U, pp. 26-28, pi. ii. 
Remarks on and tigure of Semioptera wallacii, 
discovered by Mr. Wallace in the Island of 
Batchian. 

200 

Contributions to the Ornithology of 
Guatemala. By Osbert Salviu and Philip 
Lutley Sclater, Part I. 

Ibis, 1860, pp. 28-45, pi. iii. 

Part T contains notes on 80 species collected in 
Guatemala by Mr. Salvin, of which T/iryothorus 
pleii,rostictus, Elainia subparjana, Malacoptila 
vercepaeis, and Chrysotis gttaienialce. Hartl.MS., 
are described as new. Chcetura rutila is figured. 



Contributions to the Ornithology of 
Guatemala. By Osbert Salvin and Philip 
Lutley Sclater. Part II-. 
Ibis, 1860, pp. 272-278. 

Part II contains a list of 39 species not pre- 
viously known from this country, with notes 
upon them. 

2006 

Contributions to the Ornithology of 
Guatemala. By Osbert Salvin and Philip 
Lutley Sclater. Part III. 

Ibis, 1860, pp. 396-402, pi. xiii. 

Part III contains a list, with notes, of 52 spe- 
cies additional to those already recorded from 
Guatemala. Pionus hcematotis is tigiired. 

Five hundred and three species are known to 
occur in this country, of which number 171 are 
treated in this and the two preceding parts. 

201 
On an undescribed species of Hawk 
from New Granada. 

Ibis, 1860, pp. 147-149, pi. vi. 
Accipiter collaris (Kaup MS.) is described and 
figured. 

202 
Note on the Egg and Nestling of the 
Californian Vulture. 

Ibis, 1860, p. 278, pis. viii, ix. 
Remarks on and figures of the egg and nestling 
of Cathartcs cali/ornianiis. 

203 
Note on the Birds of Prey of New 
Guinea. 

Ibis, I860, pp. 322, 323, pi. x. 
Kote on the raptorial birds inhabiting New 
Guinea; the eight known species are enumerated, 
of which Accipiter poliocephalus is figured. 



[Announcement of the transfer by Her 
Majesty the Queen of a specimen of Plia- 
eochocriis niliani to the care of the So- 
ciety.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 30. 



[Exhibition of a specimen of the Amer- 
ican Meadow Starling {Sturnella ludovic- 
iana).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 30. 



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[Exhibition of a sjiecimen of a Capri- 
mnlgine Bud, closely allied to Cosmetor- 
7iis rexiUana, from the collection of E. 
Gabriel, esq.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 44. 
207 
[Exhibition of the hoof of a Bull (iJo* 
iaurus, var. domesticus) from the Falk- 
land Islands, belonging to Captain Ab- 
bott.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 44. 
208 
Additions and corrections to the list of 
the Birds of the Falkland Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 45-47. 
Correction.s are made of the " Catalogue of the 
Biids of the Falkland Islands" (Proc. Zool. Soc. 
London, 1860, p. 382) and 10 additional .species 
enumerated. A list of tlie Penguins inhabiting 
the Falkland Islands is also given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 73.) 

209 
[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
month of December, I860.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 59. 
210 
[Exhibition of a living specimen of a 
Water Tortoise (Chelodina longicollis) 
from South Australia.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 59. 
211 
Note on the reproduction of the Red 
River-hog {Potamochar us penicillatus) in 
the Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 62, 63, pi. 
xii. 
Report on the breeding of Potamochoerus peni- 
cillatus in the Zoological Society's Gardens. The 
female and young are figured. 

212 
List of a collection of Birds made by 
the late Mr. W. Osburn in Jamaica, with 
notes. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 69-82, pi. 
xiv. 
An annotated list of 92 species. Laletes and 
Siphonorhis (woodcut in text) (nn. gg.), and 
Laletes oaburni and Elainea fallax (nn. spp.), are 
described. Vireo modestus and Laletes oshurni 
are figured. The head of Nesopsar nigerrimus is 
figured in text. 

213 
[Exhibition of an example of Peniavri- 
nus caput-medusce.^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 87. 
214 
[Additions to the Menagerie during 
the months of January and February, 
1861.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 101. 
215 
Characters of some new species of 
American Passeres. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 127-131. 
The following species are characterized: Pos 
lioptila hvffoni. Troglodytes liypaedon , liaifilenteru 

415— No. 49 2 



uropygialis, Hylopihiliis insidari.^, Ohlorophanes 
guatemalensis, Chlorophoniajiavirostrig, Eiiphonia 
viltata, Tanagra subcinerea, liampttocelus epthip- 
pialis and Saltator isthmicus. 

216 
On a new species of the genus Copsy- 
chus from Borneo. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 185-187. 
Copsychus suavis is described, and a list of the 
10 known species of Cojjsychus is given. 

217 
[On the addition to the Menagerie of 
some Three-toed Sand-grouse and some 
rare Australian Finches.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 196, 197. 
218 
[List of Animals presented to the So- 
ciety by H. E. Sir George Grey, K. C. B., 
F, Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 208, 209. 
This collection comprised specimens of 10 spe- 
cies of mammals, 3 species of birds (one of which 
is named Oallinula nesiotis, n. sp.), and 10 species 
of reptiles. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 
307.) 

• 219 
On a new Bird of the genus Lipaugus 
of Boi6. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 209-212. 
Lipaugus subalaris is described, and the nine 
known species of the genus Lipaugus are enu- 
merated. 

220 
[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
months of March and April, 1861.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 233, 234. 



On the Islaud-heu of Tristan d'Acunha. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 260-263, pi. 

XXX. 

Oallinvla nesiotis is characterized and figured. 
222 

[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
month of May, 1861.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 264, 265. 



[Report on some specimens of animals 
forwarded by Captain Speke.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1861, p. 268. 

224 
[Exhibition of a cast of the skull of 

the Aye-Aye {Chiromys madagascarien- 
sis).^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 306. 

225 
[Report of the return of Mr. Benstead 
from the Cape witli a second collection 
of animals, presented to the Society by 
Sir George Grey.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 307. 
This ('ollection consisted of specimens of four 
species of mammals and three species of birds. 
(See also Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1861, 
p. 208). 



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226 
[Additions to tlie Menagerie during 
June, July, August, September, and Oc- 
tober, 1861.] 

Proc. Z00I..S0C. London, 1861, pp 365-368. 

227 
[Exhibition of original drawings by 
Mr.Vigueof Ovis cycloceros and 0. vi(/nii.'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 368, 369. 
228 
On a new species of Finch, of the genus 
Sycalis, from Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 376, 377. 
Sycalis chrysops is described. 

229 
Descriptions of twelve new species of 
American Birds of the families Dendro- 
colaptida',, Formieariidce, and Tyrannidw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 377, 383, pi. 
XXX vi. 

A new genua — Sphe.nopei.s — and the following 
new species are described: Leptasthenvra paia- 
nensis, Philydor siihfiilvus, Xenops liUoialia, 
Sphenopsis ignohilis, Thamnistes (eijvatorialits, 
Rainphoccenus sanctce martho', Orallaria tnexi- 
cana, Copurus fiiscicapillu9\ I'latyrhynchus Jiavi- 
gularis, Phyllomyias griseocapilla (Lafr. MS.), 
J', semifitsca, and Tyrannns inca, Licht. MS. 
Phyllomyias griseocapilla, and P. eemifusca are 
♦figured. Tlie known 8])ccics of the genera Phil- 
ydor, Co2nirus and Urallaria, are enuinerated. 

230 
[Exhibition of the skins of an Otter 
from Amoy and a Hare from the Island 
of Formosa, forwarded by Mr. Swinhoe.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 389, 390. 
231 
[Report on a collection of Skins shipped 
by Mr. Swinhoe on board tlie Harkawny.'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 186\, pp. 390, 391. 
This colleotiou contained specimens of mam- 
mals, reptiles, and fishes; one of tlie last is de- 
scribed as new by Dr. Ciiiither, under the name 
of Tropidonotus orientalis, and a figure is given 
of it. 

232 
Note on the Ocellated Turkey of Hon- 
duras. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 402, 403, pi. 
xl. 

Meleagris ocellata is remarked upon and the 
heads of the two sexes are figured. 

233 
Index generis Elainew ex familia Tyran- 
nidarum additis novarum specierum diag- 
nosibus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, pp. 406-408, pi. 
■ xli. 

The 17 known species of Elainea are enumer- 
ated, of which P. semipagana, E. pallatangce, E. 
subplacens and E. implacens are described as 
new. E. pallatangce is figured. 

234 
Note on Milrago carnnculatua and its 
allied species. 

Ibis, 1861, pp. 19-23, pi. i. 
The description, synonymy and figure of Mil- 
vago carunculatus (Des Mur8).and a list of its 
allied species. 



Notice of the occurrence of the Ameri- 
can MeadoAv Starling {Stnrnella ludovici- 
ana) in England. 

7&is, 1861, pp. 17G-180. 
Xote on the occurrentc of Stuinella ludoviciana 
in England, and a summary notice of the geo 
graphical distribution of it and its allies. 

236 
On the American Barljets (Capiionidw). 

Ibis, I8GI, i)p. 183-190, pi. vi. 
A synopsis of tlic American Capitonidm (genera 
Tetragon ops and Capita). Capito tschudii and C. 
melanotis, Hartl. MS., are cliaracterized, and Tet- 
ragonops ramphastinus is figured. 

237 
Eemarks on the Geographical Distribu- 
tion of the genus Tardus. 

Ibis, 1861, pp. 277-28;^ pi. viii. 
Remarks on the geographical distribution of 
the Thrushes of the genus Turdus. Ttirdus/ulvi- 
ventris is figured. 

238 

On a rare species of Hawk, of the genus 
Accipiter, Iroiu South America. 
/6»"s, 1861, pp. 313, 314, pi. X. 

Accipiter pectoralis (Cuv. MS.) is characterized 
and figured. 

239 
Note on the Jlypotriorchis casianonotas 
of Dr. Heuglin. 

Ibis, 1861, pp. 346, 347, pi. xii. 
Bt/jmtriorchis castanonotvs, Heuglin. is re- 
marked upon and figured. 



Characters of eight new species of 
American Birds. 

Ann. and Ma(j. Xat. Hist , net. [i, YII, p. 
327-330 (1861). 

Reprint of a portion of the paper entitled 
"Cliaracters of ten new species of American 
birds, "imblished in Proc. Zool. Soc. London, ISGO, 
p. 461. 

241 

On two new species of Ueteropehna. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, VII, p. 487 
(1801). 

Reprint of a portion of the paper mentioned 
in the description of the preceding title. 

242 
Habits and Nest of the Pichincha Hum- 
ming Bird. 

Zoologist. 1861, pp. 7313, 7314. 
Remarks on the habits and description of the 



nest of tlie Pichinclia Humming bird, 
of the nest is given in tlie text. 



A figure 



Note upon the northern limit of the 
Quadrumana in the New World. 
Xat. Hist. Review, 1801, pp. .507-510. 

Remarks on the errors in the geographical 
limits of the range of the Quadrumana in Amer- 
ica, as hiid down in Johnston's and other physical 
atlases. 

244 

Report on the present state of our 
knowledge of the birds of the genus A^' 



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tcri/x livini;: in New Zealand. By Philip 
Lutley Sclater and Ferdinand von Hoch- 
stetter. 

Hep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. ScL, 1861, pt. 1, pp. 176- 
178. 
Ileniai-ks upon tho four known species of the 
genus Apteryx inliabiting New Zealand. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 247 ; 
* Rep. Brit. As.ioc. Adv. fici., 1861, Pt. II, p. 158 ; 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 353, 1862.) 

245 
Remarks on the late increase of onr 
knowledge of the .Struthions Birds. 

liep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sei., 1861, pt. 2, pp. 158, 
159. 
Additional information on the Struthious 
birds, with a list ot the known species. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Snc. London, 1860, p. 247 ; 
Pep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. tiei., 1861, Pt. I, p. 176; 
Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 353, 1862.) 

246 
A Naturalist's Impressions of Spain. 
Oalton's Vacation Tourtsts in ISGl. 



[Exhibition of a tracing of the outline 
of a skull of the adult male lihinoceros 
sumatranus, on behalf of Mr. E. Blyth, 
corr. memb.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 1. 



[Remarks on some specimens forwarded 
by Captain Speke.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 12, 13. 

This collection consisted of six specimens of 
mammals, four skins of birds, and two skins of 
fishes, forwarded by Capt. J. H. Speke from Du- 
thunii, East Africa. 

249 
On some Birds recently collected by 
M. Boucard in southern Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 18-20, pi. iii. 

A list of 16 species, with remarks upon them. 

Harporhynchus ocellatusia described and figured. 

250 
[Additions to the Menagerie in Novem- 
ber and December, 1861.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 22. 



[Remarks on some Snakes received from 
Bahia. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 23. 
A list of five species of snakes received from 
Dr. Wucherer, of Bahia. 

252 
[Extracts from Dr. G. Bennett's letter 
respecting the Kagus intended to be sent 
by him to the Society, etc.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 84-86. 



On a new species of Malacoptila from 
western Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862. pp. 86, 87, pi. 
viii. 

Malacoptila poliopis is described and figured. 



[Extracts from a letter from Dr. G. 
Bennett, F. Z. S., announcing the ship- 
ment of a living Kagu for the Society, 
etc.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 107. 

255 
Characters of nine new species of P.irds 
received in collections from Bogota. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 109-112, 
id. xi. 

The genus Lmpidochanes and the following 
new species are described: Turdus ephippialis, 
nylophilus ferrugiiu'ifroiis, Chloro,^nng%(s olea- 
gineus, Philydor panerythrris, Leptopogon ery- 
throps, L. pwcilotis, Myiobius bcllus, Empido- 
chancs poecilurus and Urochronia stictoptera. 
TJrochroma stictoptera is figured. 



On two new species of Tyrant P.irds 
from Ecuador. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 113. 
Mecocercidus is proposed as a new genus, and 
the new species Ochthocca citrini/rons and Meco- 
cercidus gratiosus are described. 



[Announcement of the arrival of two 
living Paradise Birds { Faradisca papHana) 
jiurchased for the Society by Mr. A. R. 
Wallace.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 123. 
258 
[Additions to the Menagerie during 
the months of January, February, and 
March, 1862.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 139, 140. 
259 
[Report on the arrival of a living 
Kagu, presented to the Society by Dr. 
George Bennett, F. Z. S., of Sydney, and 
of several other specimens of living ani- 
mals.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 141, pi. xiv. 
Cacatua ducorpsii is figured. 

260 
Note on the Deer of Formosa. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 150-152, pis. 
xvi, xvii. 

The four species of deer inhabiting the coasts of 
China and Japan are enumerated. C'ervus ••nvin- 
hoei IS described as a new species, and the ditt'er- 
ences between C. ,nka and C. taevanus are pointed 
out. O. swinhoei and O. taevanus are figured. 

261 
[Exhibition on behalf of Capt. J. W. 
P. Orde, F. Z. S., of a specimen of a black 
variety of the Water-Vole (Arvicola am- 
phibinsf) and of a Red-crested Duck 
(Branta rufina).^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 163. 
262 
[Exhibition of Drawings representing 
the four known species of AVild Asses.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 163, 164. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of drawings of A.nm(s hemiomis, 
A. indicus, A. hemippus and A. tceniopus, with 
remarks on their geographical distribution an^ 
distinctive characters. 



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[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
months of April and May, 1862.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 184-186. 
264 

[On some interesting additions to the 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 186, 187. 

Remarks on two Spider Monkeys, Ateles fron- 

talus and A. hybridiis, and two young bears from 

Japan, for whicli the name tfrsus japoniciis is 

suggested. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 
261.) 

265 

[Extracts from a letter from Dr. Lamp- 
rey, dated Shanghai, July 31, 1862.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 220, 221. 
Notes on some species of Pheasants, Partridges 
and Qnails of China. 

266 
[Notice of a living Aye-Aye {Cliiromys 
madtujascariensis) in the Society's Menag- 
erie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 222. 
267 
[Extracts from letters from Dr. G. Ben- 
nett, F. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 246-250. 
268 
[Letter from Sir Robert Schombnrgk, 
H. M. consul for Siam, respecting a Diar- 
dig alius crmvfurdi.'\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 250, 251. 
269 
Note on the Japanese Bear. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 261, pi. xxxii. 
Additional observations on and figure of TTrsus 
japoniciis. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 
186.) 

270 

[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
months of June, July, August, Septem- 
ber, and October, 1862.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 321-325. 
271 
Notes on the IncubatioQ of ryilion sebcp, 
as observed in the Society's Gardens. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1862, pp. 365-368. 
Notes on the incubation of the West African 
Python, and observations on the ditierence in its 
temperature during that period and in the nor- 
mal state. 

(See also Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hi.st., ser. 3, 
IX, p. 310, 1862.) 

272 
On some Birds to be added to the Avi- 
fauna of Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, pp. 368, 369, pi. 
xlvi. 
A list of eight species, not before known, from 
Mexico. Vireo hyjwchryseus is described as new 
and figured. 

273 

[Additions to the Menagerie during the 
month of November, 1862.] 

froc, ?Q0l, Sqc, London, 1862, p. 376, 



274 
Additional notes on the American Bar- 
bets. 

lUs, 1862, pp. 1, 2, pi. i. 
Additional notes on the Capitonidce, with de- 
scription and figure of Oapito maculicoronatus, 
Lawr. 

(See also Ibig, 1861, p. 182. ) 

275 
Note on Falco circiimcinctus, a rare Bird 
of Prey from South America. 
Ibis, 1862, pp. 23-25, pi. ii. 
Falco eircumcinctus (Kaup) is figured and re- 
marked upon. 

276 
On the Struthious Birds living in the 
Society's Menagerie. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, pp. 353-364, pis. 

Ixviia-lxxvi (1862). 
A general account of the Struthious birds liv- 
ing in the Zoological Society's Gardens, and an 
enumeration of the existing Struthiones. The 
following species are flgurea: Struthio camelus, 
lihea ainericana, Ii. macrorhyncha, P. darwinii, 
Casuarius galeatus, C. bicanmculatiis, C. uiiiap- 
pendicvlatus, G. bennettii, Drommus novce-hollan- 
dice, and D. irroratus. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, pp. 

207,247; Pep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1861, Pt. 

I, p. 176; Pt. II, p. 158.) 

277 
Note on the Temperature of the female 
Python sebce during incubation. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, IX, pp. 310, 
311 (1862). 
A table of temperatures taken during the in- 
cubation of the West African Python in the Zoo- 
logical Society's Gardens. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 
365.) 

278 
[On two rare Fruit Pigeons living in 
the Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1863, p. 1. 
Remarks on Carpophaga microcera and Ptilopus 
fasciatus. 

279 
[Additions to the Menagerie during 
the month of December, 1862.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 47. 

280 
[Exhibition of a collection of insects 
and fresh-water shells from Madagascar, 
transmitted by Mr. J. Caldwell, and 
notes respecting them communicated by 
Mr. Caldwell.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. iondon, 1863, pp. 48, 49. 



On a new species of the genua Fipra 
from New Granada. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 63, 64, pi. x. 
Pipra leucorrhoa is described and figured 

282 
[Exhibition of a skin of the female of 
DiardigaUns })rcflatm, transmitted by Sir 
R. Schomburgk.] 

fm, Uvl, SQc.J^on^m, 1863, pp. 76, 77, 



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283 

On the American Spine-tailed Swifts of 
the genus Cha'ttira. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 98-102, 
pi. xiv, fig 1. 
A synopsis of the American species of the genus 
Chcetura. C. cinereiventris is figured. 

284 
[Announcement of the arrival of a col- 
lection of Indian Pheasants.] 

rroc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 104. 
This collection consisted of specimens of seven 
species of Pheasants and one species of Horubill. 

285 
List of the species of rUasian'uhv , with ! 
remarks on their Geographical Distribu- 
tion. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pj). 113-127, 

pi. xvi. 
A list of the 56 known species of Pheasants, 
with remarks on them and tables of their geo- 
graphical di.stribiition. Euplocamus nohilis is 
described as new and figured. 

(Also separately published with additional 

plates. See paper No. 10.) 

286 
On the Mammals and Birds collected in 
Madagascar by Dr. Charles Meller. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 160-165. 
Two species of mammals and 40 species of birds 
are enumerated and remarked upon. 

287 
On a new Spine-tailed Swift from west- 
ern Africa. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 205, pi. xiv, 
fig. 2. 
Chcetura casiini is described and figured, and 
the characters in which it diflers from C.sabini 
j,re pointed out. 

288 

Observations on the Birds of south- 
eastern Borneo, by the late James Mott- 
le v, esq., of Banjermassiug, with notes 
byP. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 206-224. 
A list of 134 species, with notes upon them. 

289 
[Observations on some of the Animals 
in the Zoological Gardens of Amsterdam, 
Rotterdam, and Antwerp.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 224, 225. 
Notes on some of the interesting species of ani- 
mals seen during a visit to the above-mentioned 
gardens. 

290 

Record of the period of gestation of 
certain Ruminants which breed in the 
Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 230, 231. 
A list of the ruminants which breed in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens, with their periods 
of gestation. 

291 

Notes on the method of Incubation 
among the Birds in the order Struthiones. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1803, pp. 233-235. 

Notes on the different manners in which certain 
birds of the families Struthionidce and Aptery- 
gidce hatch their eggs and the periods taken by 
each of them. 



292 
Note on the occurrence of the European 
Sea Eagle in North America. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 251-253. 
Note on the supposed occurrence of Haliaetus 
albicilla in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 
731.) 

293 
[Announcement of Mr. James Thomp- 
son's departure for India to bring home 
collections of living animals which had 
been offered to the Society.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 370, 371. 

294 
On some new and interesting Animals 
recently acquired for the Society's 
Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 374-378, pis. 
xxxi-xxxiv. 
Remarks on Lagothrix humboldtii, Galago alleni, 
Nycticebus tardigradus. Bubo fasciolatti^, Phlogoe- 
nas bartletti (sp. nov.), Chauna chavaria and 
Tropidonotiisferox. Lagothrix hii) tboldtii, Galago 
alleni, Bubo fasclolatus and Phlogoenas bartletti 
are figured. 

295 
[Exhibition of some variegated wool 
from Ohio.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 438. 

296 
Note on the breeding of Bennett's Cas- 
sowary in the Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, pp. 518, 519, pi. 
xlii. 
Remarks on the breeding of Caisuarius bennet- 
tii in the Zoological Society's Gardens, with a fig- 
ure of the young bird. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 
271.) 

297 
Note on the Harrier of Bourbon (Circus 
maillardi, Verreaux). 

Ibis, 1863, pp. 163-165, pi. iv. 
Circus maillardi is remarked upon and figured. 

298 
Note on the Eastern-Asiatic Thrushes 
of the genus Turclus. 

Ibis, 1863, pp. 195-198. 
Turdus hortulorum is described as new, and a 
table of the geographical di.stributiou of the 
thruslies of the genus Turdus iu eastern Asia is 
given. 

299 
Synopsis of the known species of Dac- 
iiis. 

Ibis, 1863, pp. 311-317, pi. vii. 
A synopsis of the 12 known species of Dacnis, 
of which Dacnis venusta is figured. 

300 

List of recent additions to the genus 
Calliste. 

Ibis, 1863, pp. 450-452, pi. xii. 

A list of, with remarks ujion, five additional 
species of Calliste described since the publication 
of the "Monograph of tliee birds forming the 
Tanagrine genus Calliste." C. doivii is figured. 



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Note on the Wombats living in the 
Gardens of the Zoological Society. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Mist., ser. 3, XII, p. 78 
(1863). 

Note on the clistiuctness of certain species of 
Phasculomys. 

302 

Note on Pallas's Sand Grouse. 

Zoologist, 1803, p. 8721. 
Note on the occurrence of Pallas's Sand Grouse 
(Syrrhaptes imradoxus) in England in 1859. 

303 
List of a collection of Birds from Hua- 
heiue, Society Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1864, pp. 8, 9. 
A list of 10 species, ■with remarks upon them. 

304 
On some additions to the list of the 
Birds of the Falkhind Islands. 
Priic. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 73. 
Tlio occurrence of Egretta leuce and Prion tur- 
tur in the Falkland Islands is recorded. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 
382; 1861, p. 45.) 

305 

On the species of the genus Chaiina. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pj). 74-76, pi. xi. 

The diagnoses of the three species Chauna eha- 

varia, C.derbiana and C. nigricollis arii given, of 

which the last is described as a new species and 

figured. 

(See i>apcr No. 389.) 

306 
On the Mammals collected and observed 
by CaiJt. J. U. Speke during the East- 
African expedition. With notes by Capt. 
J. H. Speke. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 98-106> 

pis. xii, xiii. 

A list of 39 species, with Captain Speke's hold 

notes. Tragelaphus S'pekii unA Oreas livingstonii 

are described as new species, of which the former 

and Golundtt pulchella are ligiired. 



On the Birds collected by Cai)t. J. H. 
Speke during the East-African expedi- 
tion. With notes by Capt. J. H. Speke. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 106-115, 
pi. xiv. 
A list of 62 species, with remarks upon them. 
Psalidoprocne alhiccpi is described and figured. 



On the species of the American genus 
Coccyziis. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 119-122. 

The eisiht known species of Coccyzus are enu- 
merated, and their synonomy and geographical 
ranges given. G. bdirdi ia described as a new 
species. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 
165.) 

309 

[On some important additions to the 

Menagerie. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 138, 139. 



[Announcement of the ai'rival of a liv- 
ing Diduncultis and of other additions to 
the Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 158. 
311 
On two new species of Birds from New 
Granada. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 166, 167. 
Basileuteriis cinereicolUs and Thripophaga gut- 
tuligera are described. 

312 

[Announcement of Mr. James Thomp- 
son's (the Society's head keeper) safe 
arrival at Calcutta.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 168. 
313 
[Exhibition of a series of bird skins 
collected by the Rev. H. B. Tristram's 
expedition in Palestine.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 169, 170. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of London 
of a series of bird skins from Palestiiie, of which 
Passer moabiticus and Caprimulgus tamaricis are 
characterized. 

314 

List of a collection of Birds procured 
by Mr. George H. White in the vicinity 
of the City of Mexico. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 172-179. 
An annotated list of 156 species. 

315 
On a now species of White Cockatoo 
living in the Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 187, 189, 
pi. xvii. 

Cacatua op/it/ia^mica is described, and a list of 
the si)ecies of Cacatua, with their diagnoses, giv- 
en. ■ Cacattta dticorpsiiisfignve.d. G. ophthalniica 
was ligiired as <'. ducorpsii (Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, 18613, 1)1. xiv). 

316 

Notes on the species of Tadorna in the 
Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 180, pis. 

xviii, xix. 
A diagnosis of the six species of Tadorna, with 
remarks upon their habits, variation in the col- 
ouring of the sexes, and geographical distribu- 
tion. Tadorna tadornoidcs and T. variegata are 
figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 

299; 1866, p. 148.) 

317 
Characters of a new species of Falco 
discovered by the late Dr. Dickinson, of 
the Central African Mission, on the Kiver 
Shire. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 248. 
Falco dickinsoni is described, and the new sub- 
genus Dissodectes is proposed, to include this 
species, together with Falco ardcsiacus and F. 
zoniventris. 

318 
Note on the species of Cuckoos of the 
genus Neomorphuti. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londo7i, 1864, pp. 249, 250. 
Neomorphns geoffropii and K. rufipennis are 
characterized. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 59.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 23 



319 

[Keniailcs on the Breeding of Bennett's 
Cassowary iu the Society's Gardens.] 
Froe. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 271. 
TJemarks on Bennett s Cassowary (Casnariuf: 
hennettii) breeding in the Zoological Society's Gar- 
dens, and exhibition of the skeleton of the origi- 
nal typical example of this species. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. liondon, 18G3, p. 
518.) 

320 

Characters of three new American Par- 
rots. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 297,298, 

pi. xxiv. 
Conurns rhodogaster, Natt. MS., Brotogerys 
chrpsosema, Natt. MS., and Chrysotis flnschi are 
described. Conurus rhodogaster is figured. 

321 
Note on the Geographical Distrihution 
of the Uucks of the genus Dendrocygna. 
* Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 299-301. 
The geographical distribution of the species of 
the genus Dendrocygna is given, and remarks 
made upon them. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 
189; 1866, p. 148.) 

322 
Notes on a collection of Birds from the 
Isthmus of Panama. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 342-U73, 

pi. XXX. 

An annotated list of 272 species collected by 
Mr. James M'Leannan on the Isthmus of Panama. 
Tlio following species arc described as new : Cas- 
siculii.s microrhynchus, ilyririeciza immaculata, 
Vamptostoma flaviventre and (Jonunia ocularis. 
Eucometis cassinii is figured. 

323 
[Announcement of Mr. James Thomp- 
son's return from Calcutta with a valu- 
able collection of animals.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 373, 374. 



[Notice of additions to the Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 374, 375. 

325 
[Exhibition of a series of specimens of 
birds' eggs collected in the vicinity of 
Barrackpore and presented to the Soci- 
ety by Lieut. R. C. Beavan, with notes 
on their nesting habits.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 375. 
A list of 24 species is given, with notes by Lieu- 
tenant Beavan on their nesting habits. 



Description of a new 8j)ecies of Duck 
from Madagascar. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 487, 488, pi. 
xxxiv. 

Anas melleri is described and figured. 



[On some additions to the Menagerie.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 587. 



328 

Descriptions of seven new species of 
Birds discovered by the late Dr. John 
Natterer in Brazil. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 605-611, pis. 
xxxvii-xxxix. 

The new genus Liosceles (figured in text) is 
proposed and the following speiies are described: 
Oranatellus iiclu-liii, Ttiiiagra ot(vni((, Natt. ]\IS., 
Spermd'phila pileata (Natt. IMS.), J'ddSpiza nxy- 
rhgnclia (Natt. ISIS.), Hypocnemin jlavescen.t (Natt. 
!MS.), J'teriiptocliustlioracieiisaud I'ipra iiattcrcri. 
The three known sitecies of Granatellns are diag- 
nosed, and figures are given of O ranatellus pel- 
zelni, O. vennstus, Pteroptochus thuracicus and 
Pipra nattereri. 

329 

Note on the Quadrumana living in the 
Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 7(i9-712, pis. 

xl, sli. 
A systematic list of the species of Quadrumana 
living in the Zoological Society's Menagerie, with 
notes upon the following: Macacus spedosus, AI. 
cyclopis, Galago garnetti and O. crassicavdata. 
Galago garnetti and Pithecia satanas are figured. 

330 
Note on the Caprimulgine genus Cosme- 
tornis. . ) 

Ibis, 1864, pp. 114, 115, pi. ii. 
Notes on Cosmetornis vexillarius and C. burtoni, 
of which the former is figured. 

331 
On the Birds of the Comoro Islands. 

Ibis, 1864, pp. 292-301, pi. vii. 
General remarks on the Comoro Islands and an 
annotated list of 23 species of birds. Accirnter 
franccsi is figured. 

332 ' 

On the Rapacious Birds collected by 
the late Dr. Dickinson in the Zambesi 
Region. 

Ibis, 1864, pp. 301-307, pi. viii. ' 

A list of 22 species, with remarks upon them. 
Falco dichinsoni is figured. 

333 

On a new species of Tetragonops. 

Ibis, 1864, pp. 371, 372, pi. x. 
Tetragonops frantzii is described and figiu-ed. 

334 
Note on the Great Auk, 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XIV, p. 320 

(1864). 
Note calling attention to the existence of speci- 
mens of the skins and eggs of the great auk 
omitted from Mr. Chanipley's list. (Ann. and 
Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XIV, p. 235.) 

335 
The Mammals of Madagascar. 

Quart. Journ. Sci., London, 1, pp. 213-219, 
pi. ii (1864). 
A summarj- view of the mammal fauna of Mad- 
agascar and arguments, from the evidence thus 
adduced, as to the former connection of this island 
with the continents of Africa, Asia and America, 
and its present position in zoological geography. 
The name Lemuria is proposed for this supposed 
submerged continent. A plate of the typical 
mammals of Madagascar is subjoined. 



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[Notice of a Mantchurian Deer received 
from Mr. Swinhoe.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 1, 2. 
Note on the Mantchurian Deer which had been 
sent to the Gardens of the Zoological Society of 
London by Mr.Swinhoe. 



[Notice of a Proag-horned Antelope 
added to tlie Society's Meuagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 60, pi. iii. 
Note, accompanied by a figure, on the acquisi- 
tion, by the Zoological Society of London, of a 
young male specimen of Antilocapra ainericana. 

338 
[Remarks upon a stufted specimen of 
a Water-Pipit (Jj(f/)HS spinoletta) from the 
collection of the Bishop of Oxford.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 60. 
Remarks upon, and exhibition to a meeting of 
the Zoological Society of London, of a stuffed 
specimen oi Anthusspinoletta {Linn.), which had 
been shot near Brighton. 



[Exhibition of the type specimen of 
Galago monieiri and remarks on Galago 
crassicaudata and G. crassicaiidata var. 
Mrkii.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 60, 61. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of the type .specimen of Galago 
inonteiri, and remarks pointing out the differen- 
tial characters of the speclesT G. crassicaudata 
and G. crassicaudata var. kirkii. 



Note on the Breeding of a Gronnd- 
Pigeou in the Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 238-240. 

Nofe on Phlogoenas crinigera breeding in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens, and remarks on the 
separation, by Bonaparte, of the Ground Pigeons 
of America from those of the Old "World. 

341 
On a new species of the genus Basileu- 
terus of Cabanis, with a synopsis of the 
known species of the genus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 282-286, pis. 
ix, X. 
Basilexitertis mesoleucus is described as new, 
and a synopsis of the 15 known species of the 
genus Basilevterus is given. The following spe- 
cies are figured : B. mesoleucus, B. cinereicollis, B. 
semicervinus and B. uropygialis. 

342 
[Notice of several additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 318. 
343 
Description of a new species of Pas- 
serine Bird from Madagascar. 

■ Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 326, 327, pi. 
xiii. 
Hi/lophorba ruticilla (gen. et sp. uov.) is de- 
scribed and figured. 

344 
Description of a new species of Indian 
Porcupine. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 352-356, pi. 
xvi. 



Systrix inalaharica, Day, is described and fig- 
ured, and a list of the known species of Systrix 
and their localities added. 



[Remarks npon a collection of Bird 
Skins formed by the Society's corre- 
sponding member, M. Adolphe Boucard, 
in the vicinity of Vera Cruz, Mexico.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 397. 

Exhibition of, to a meeting of the Zoological 
Society of London, and notes upon, a collection 
of bird skins obtained near Vera Cruz, Mexico, 
by M. A. Boucard. 

346 
Description of a new Accipitriue Bird 
from Costa Rica. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 429, 430, 
pi. xxiv. 
Leiicopternis 2}rinceps is descTihe(\ and figured. 

347 
[Remarks on a rare Parrot from Do- 
minica.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 437, 438. 
Eemarks on a young specimen of Chrysotis au- 
gusta which had been sent by Mr. Bernard from 
Dominica, "West Indies, to the Gardens of the 
Zoological Society of Loudon. 

348 
[Exhibition of a photograph of a pair 
of Gayals intended for the Menagerie.] . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 465. 
349 
[Exhibition of a drawing of Paradisea 
calva, lately discovered in the Island of 
Waigiou.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 465. 
350 
[Notice of recent additions to the Me- 
nagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 466. 
351 
[Exhibition of specimens of Heliomas- 
ter angehp, and notes thereupon by Pro- 
fessor Burmeister, For. Memb.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 466,467. 
352 
Report on a collection of Animals from 
Madagascar, transmitted to the Society 
by Mr. J. Caldwell. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 467-470, 
pi. xxvii. 
This collection consisted of two species of mam- 
mals {Xyctinomvs (2[ormopteri(S n.snhs.)jiigi>la- 
ris, n. sp., and ITm.s, sp. determined by Dr. W. 
Peters, five species of reptiles determined by Dr. 
Glinther, and one cra.y6ah (A-ftacuscahl wclli li. sp.) 
determined by Mr. Spence Bate, The crayfish is 
figured. 

353 

[Announcement of the arrival of a 
young male African Elephant in the So- 
ciety's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 510. 
354 
Notes on the genera and species of 
Cijjiselida'. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 593-617, 
pis. xxxiii, xxxiv. 



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Observations ou the correct position in the nat- 
ural system of the Cyj^f'^^MxB, as evidencert by the 
form of the sternum and the number of the pha- 
langes of the toes, toni^ther with a synopsis of 
the family. ITinoidinainis and Nephmcetes are 
revised from liirundaptts and Nephocceles as sec- 
tional names of (7/irt't?(ra and 02/j>«eJoide«, respect- 
ively, Cypselvn infumatus and Ghcetura biscutata 
are described as new species, and Cypselus squa- 
inatus and Ghcetura biscutata are iigured. The 
genera treated of are : Cypselus, I'anyptila, Ghce- 
tura, Cypseloides, Gollocalia nudDendrochelidon. 

355 
[Exhibition of bird skins collected by- 
Mr. Henry Whitely in Japan.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 618. 
356 
On a new Parrot of the genus NasUerna. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 620-622, 

pi. XXXV. 

Nas-iterna pusio is described and figured. 

357 
[On recent additions to the Menagerie, 
with notes.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 675,676. 
358 
[Notices of Animals observed in several 
Continental Zoological Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 676, 677. 

Kemarka on the animals observed duringa visit 
to the Zoological Gardens of Hamburg, Eotter- 
dam and Amsterdam. 



On the structure of Leptosoma discolor. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 682-689. 

Remarks on some peculiar points in the struc- 
ture of Leptosoma discolor, and a suggestion that 
this species should form the type of anew family, 
near the Coraciidce in the natural system. Illus- 
trations in test. 

360 

[Correction of some previotis remarks 
on the supposed occurrence of Haliaetus 
albiciUa in America.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 731. 

The supposed occurrence of Haliaetus albicilla 
in America is stated to be an error, and the two 
specimens captured in Nova Scotia and Newfound- 
land (Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 251) are 
here referred to H. leucocephalus . 

361 
Note on two rare species of the Ameri- 
can genus Dendrceca. 
Ibis, 1865, pp. 87-89. 
Note on Dendraca chrysoparia and D. Occident- 
alis, witli diagnosis of the four closely allied spe- 
cies, D. virens, D. occidentalis, D. townsendi and 
D. chrysoparia. 

362 
Notes on Kriiper's Nuthatch and on the 
other known species of the genus Sitta. 
Ibis, 1865, pp. 306-311, pi. vii. 
A description and figure of Sitta krueperi, Pelz. 
and remarks iipon the twelve other known spe 
cies of the genus Sitta. 

363 
Description of a new species of Tana- 
ger of the genus Iridornis. 
Ibis, 1865, pp. 495, 496. 
Iridornis reinhardtiis described and figured. 



Note on the so-called "Japanese" Pig 
( Ceil hiriosus pUciceps, Gray ; Ptychochocrus 
plicifrons, Fitziuger). 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XV, pp. 
154, 155(1865). 
Note pointing out that the so-called "Japan- 
ese " pig is probably only a domesticated variety, 
and that its true hoime is China. 



On the birth of a young Hippopotamus 
in the Zoological Society's Gardens at 
Amsterdam. 

Pep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1865, pt. 2, p. 93. 

Note on the birth of a young hippopotamus in 
the Zoological Society's (Jardens at Amsterdam, 
which was believed to be the first successful in- 
stance of the reproduction of this animal in 
Europe. 

366 

The Mammals of Australia. 

Quart. Journ. Sci., London, II, pp. 13-19 

(1865). With a plate. 
A summary view of the mammal-fauna of Aus- 
tralia, which serves to show that this fauna dif- 
fers in a most marked degree from that of every 
other part of the world. A plate of the typical 
mammals of Australia is given. 

367 
The Mammals of South America. 

Quart. Journ. Sci., London, II, pp. 605-621 

(1865). With a plate. 
A general outline of tlie mammal-fauna of South 
America, and a summary of its principal charac. 
teristics, which distinguish this region from the 
other regions of the world's surface. A jdate of 
the typical mammals of South America is given- 

368 

[Notice of the addition of a Gayal 
(Bos frontalis) to the Society's Menage- 
rie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 1, pi. i. 
Notice of the addition of a young male Gayal 
to the Zoological Society's Gardens, which liad 
been presented to the Society by Babu Kajendra 
Mullick. A figure of the animal is given. 



[Remarks on Lemur leucomystax, Bart- 
lett.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 1, 2. 
Note pointing out that Lemur leucomystax, 
Bartlett, is probably only the female of Lemur 
macaco, Gm. 

370 

Report on Birds collected at Windvo- 
gelberg, South Africa, by Captain G. E. 
Bulger, C. M. Z. S. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 21-23. 
A list of 44 species, determined by Dr. Hart- 
laub, of which Hemipteryx immaculata is de- 
scribed as new. 

371 

[Remarks on the American Lepidosiren 
( Lepidosiren paradoxa ) . ] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1806, pp. 34,35. 
Remarks on the American Lepidosiren and the 
scarcity of specimens in European coUeotious. 

372 
On a new American Cuckoo of the 
genus Neomorphus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 59, 60, pi. v. 



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Neomorphus salvini is described and figured, 
and a synopsis of tlie species of the genus Neo- 
inorplius given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 
249.) 

373 
[Remarks on some Monkeys received 
from St. Kitts, West Indies.] 

Vioc. Zool. >S'oc. London, 1866, pp. 79, 80. 
TJeuiarks on tlio monkeys that inhabited St. 
Kitts, AVest Indies, which were undoubtedly 
referable to the common green monkey (Cerco- 
pithecus callitiichus, Geoti'r.) of "West Africa, and 
had probably been introduced. 

(See also Nature, XXI, p. 153, 1879; XLI, 
p. 368, 1890.) 

374 
[Notice of recent additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie.] 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 80. 



[Exhibition of a collection of Mammals 
and Birds from Japan.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. SO, 81. 

376 

On the Birds of the vicinity of Lima, 

Peru. With notes on their habits by 

Prof. W. Nation, of Lima, C. M. Z. S. 

Parti.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 96-100, 
pi. xi. 
An annotated li.st of 23 species, of which Geo- 
sitta crassiro.<'.tiis and Myiobius nationi are de- 
scribed as new. 2[yi.obiu.i nationi and M. inilcher 
(from Ecuador) are figured. 

*(For Part II see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1867, p. 340; Vt. Ill, 1869, p. 146; Pt. IV, 
1871, p. 496; Pt. V, 1881, p. 484.) 

377 
[Notice of a Pndii Deer recently added 
to the Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 104, 105. 
Notice of the addition to the Zoological Society's 
Menagerie of a specimen of Cervus pudu which 
bad been presented by Mr. Charles Bath. The 
head of the animal i.s liniired in the text. 



Notes npon the American Capnmulgtdce. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 123-145, pis. 

xiii, xiv. 
General observations on the Capriniulgid<x, 
with a synopsis of the American species of the 
family, of which 42 are enumerated. Gray's 
genu.s Llcotlircjittis is emended to IMeothreptus 
and three new Huhgcnera arv created, viz, Podo- 
chcftrs, Dipliipsiilis and Macri)j>salis. Stenop.n.3 
rujiccrvi.r is described as a new species. A table 
sliowiii^i the distrilnitiiui of the species in Amer- 
ica i.s aiipended. Figures are given of Stenopsis 
rtijiccrri.t and Antrostomiis par vultis. Illustrations 
are given in the text. The genera treated of are: 
Nyctibiii.'i. Steatornis, Podaper, Lurocalis, G/ior- 
deites, Antro-ttotnus, Sfeiiojinis, Uijdropsalis, He- 
leothreptus, Xi/ctidrainus ami Sijilionorhis. 

(See also I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 

581.) 

379 
Additional notes on the Avatidw of the 
genera Vendrocyyua and Tadorna. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 148-150. 
Additional notes to ])revious communications 
on th(^ genera Drndnici/ytia and Tadorna (cf. Proc. 
Zool. Soc. London, 1864, pp. 189,299). 



330 
Catalogue of Birds collected by Mr. E. 
Bartlett on the Eiver Ucayali, eastern 
Peru, with notes and descriptions of new 
species. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Sal- 
vin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 175-201, pi. 

xviii. 
An .annotated catalogue of 253 species. Two 
new genera, viz, Stigmatura ami Metopothrix, and 
the following new species are described : Sperino- 
phila ocellata, Furnarius torridus, Synallaxis ter- 
ricolor, S. vnlpecula, Hypocnemis melanura, H. 
hemileuca, Muscisaxicola fluviatilis. Serpophaga 
hypolettca, Metoiioilirix uurantiaciiK. Lcucippus 
chlorocercus. Gould MS., and Thaiunantias bart- 
ie<?i, Gould MS. MetojJothri.v aurantiacus is fig- 
ured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1866, p. 

566.) 

381 

[Notice of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie, and of the transmission of a 
Manatee to the Society by Mr. G. W. Lat- 
imer, of Puerto Rico.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 201. 
382 
[Remarks on recent additions to the 
Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 203. 
383 
Note on the genus Geohates of Swain- 
son. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 204,205, pi. 
xxi. 
Kemarks on Geobates brevicauda of Swainson. 
which species is shown to have been described 
eight years previously by Maximilian, under the 
name of Anthus pcecilnpterus. The naiii'^ Geobates 
pcecilopterus must therefore be adopted. A de- 
scription, listof synonyms, and a plate of the bird, 
are given. 

384 

[Notice of several interesting species 
of Mammals and Birds living iu the Gar- 
dens of the Societo Zoologique d'Accli- 
matation of Paris.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 210. 
385 
On a new species of the genus Accipiter 
from New Granada. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 302-304. 
Accipiter ventralis is described, and a synopsis 
of the nine known American species of Accipiter 
is added. 

386 

[Notice of a rare American Monkey 
(Pithecia IcncocephaJa) lately added to the 
Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 305. 

Note on a specimen of Pithecia, leucocephala, 
which had been obtainetl in Demerara, and ])re- 
sented to the Zoological Society by Mr. W. H. 
barton. 

387 

Descriptions of six new species of 
American Oscines. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 320-324. 

The genus Spodiornin (illustrated in text) and 
the following new spocie.~i are described: Turdus 
cubcinerciix, ('iiie!ocerthit( niacrorhyncha, Thryo- 
thornn vinrtiiiiceii.'ii.'i, HylophilvB pectoralis, H. 
brunneiceps and Spodiornis jardinii. 



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[Notice of a specimen of the Califor- 
nian Vulture (Cafhartes californianus) re- 
cently added to the Society's collection.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 366. 
Note on, and illustration of, a specimen of Ca- 
thartes californianiis presented to the Zoological 
Society's Menagerie by Dr. Colbert A. Cantiekl. 

389 
Note on Chauna nigricollis. 

Proc. Zool. Sac. London, 1866, pp. 369, 370. 
Note pointing out that Chauna derbiana, Gray, 
and Chauna ni(/)-icollis, Sciater, are identical. 
(See paper No. 305.) 
390 
[Exhibition of a young specimen of 
Chauna derbiana, forwarded by Dr. W. 
Huggius, of San Fernando, Trinidad, C. 

M. z; s.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 417. 
391 
On some additions to the Catalogue of 
Birds collected by Mr. E. Bartlett on vhe 
RiA^er Ucayali. By P. L. Sclater and Os- 
bert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, pp. 566, 567. 
A list of, -with remarks upon, 20 additional spe- 
cies to Mr. Bartlett's former list. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866,"^. 175.) 
392 
Additional notes on the Caprimulgidw. 

Proc. Zool. Sue. London, 1866, pp. 581-590, pis. 
xiv, xlvi. 
Anatomical obseivationa on the genus Podar- 
gus. and additional notes on various species of 
American Caprimvlgidce.* Antrostomus ornatus 
is described as new and figured. Antrosto'rnus 
maculicaudun is also figured. Illustrations are 
given in the text. 

* (For former paper, cf. Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, \&m,y}.Vl'i.) 

393 

Note on the species of the genus Mus- 
cisaxicola. 

Ibis, 1866, pp. 56-59. 

Notes on the species of Muscisaxicola men- 
tioned in Messrs. Philippi and Landbeck's article 
on this genus (TFiejrma/ui's Archiv, 1865, p. 75), 
and an arrangement of the nine known species. 

394 
Note on " Kittacincla auficularis," Swin- 
hoe. 

Ibis, 1866, pp. 109, 110, pi. iv. 
It is here pointed out that the generic term 
Kittacincla, as applied by Mr. Swinhbeto his new 
species auricularis, is incorrect, and that the 
species should be referred to the genus Sibia. 
Sibia auricularis is figured. 



Note on the Distribution of the species 
of Chasmorhynchua. 

Ibis, 1866, pp. 406, 407. 

Remarks on the range of the four known spe- 
cies of Chasmorhy7icIms, and observations on the 
note of C. midicoUis. 



Report on the Extinct Birds of the 
Mascarene Islands. By a committee con- 



sisting of Prof. A. Newton, Rev. H. B. 
Tristram, and Dr. Sclater. 

Pep. Brit. Assoc. Ado. Sci., 1866, pt. 1, np. 

401, 402. 
Report on the collections of extinct birds' bones 
which had been sent home from Mauritius by Mr. 
George Clark, and from Rodriguez by Mr. George 
Jenuer. 

397 
On the Systematic Position of the 
Pronghorn {Antilocapra americana). 

Pep. Brit. A.SS0C. Adv. Sci., 1866, pt. 2, pp. 77, 
78; Ami. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XVIH, 
pp. 401-404 (1866). 
Note on the systematic position of Antilocapra 
americana, which, on account of its peculiarities 
in structure, is ]iroposed to form the type of a new 
tsLitii[y,\\7,,AntilocapridK,io be placed between 
Camelopardalida; and Boiridoi in the natural sys- 
tem. A table of the distribution of the Rumi- 
nants is apx)ended. 



[Exhibition of Mexican Birds and char- 
acters of a new species.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 1, 2, pi. i. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of some specimens of birds 
collected in Mexico by M. A. Boucard, and de- 
scription and figure of a new species, Zonotrichia 
boucardi. 

399 
[Extracts from letters received from 
Mr. E. Bartlett, from Xeberos, Peru.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 2. 

400 
[Notice of a new species of Ratel (Mcl- 
livora leitconota).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 98, pi. viii. 
Mellivora leuconota is described and figured. 

401 
[Notices of addition.s to the Menagerie.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 179. 



Notes upon some Piirrots living in the 
Society's Menagerie. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 183-185, pi. 

xvi. 
Notes on various species of parrots living in 
the Zoological Society's Menagerie. Ara ambigua 
and A. militaris are diagnosed, the ditferences be- 
tween Cacatua ducorpsii and O. ophthalmica are 
pointed out, and a figure is given of Lorius chloro- 
cercus. 

403 
[Notices of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie and remarks upon Saiga tata- 
7-ica.~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 240, pi. xvii. 
Remarks on Sus taivanu^ and Saiga tatarica, 
specimens of which had recently been added to 
the Zoological Society's Menagerie. Saiga tata- 
rica is figured. 



List of Birds collected on the Blewfields 
River, Mosquito Coast, by Mr. Henry 
Wickham. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 278-280. 

A list of 39 species, with remarks upon them. 



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[Remarks on specimens of Snakes (Boi- 
dcv) in the Society's Menagerie.] 
Proc. Zool. tSoc. London, 1867, p. 315. 
Notice of the addition to tlie Zoological Society's 
collection of specimens of Morelia variegata and 
Boa eques. 

406 
[Remarks on Gulls (Laridce) living in 
the Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 315,316. 
Note ])oiuting out the differences of the three 
species Larus argentatus, L. fuscescens, and L. 
fuscus. 

407 
Notes on the Birds of Chili. 

Proc. Zool. f!oc. London, 1867, pp. 319-340. 
A r68um6 of the birds of Chili, of which 209 
species are enumerated. 

408 
On the Birds of the A'icinity of Lima, 
Peru. With notes on their habits by 
Prof. W. Nation. Part II.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 340-344, 
pis. XX, xxi. 

A list of 12 species, with remarlis upon them. 

Poospiza bonapartii and Porzana erythrops, nn. 

spp., are described and tigured. 

*(For part I, .see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1866, p. 96; Pt. Ill, 1869, ]>. 146; Ft. IV, 
1871, p. 496; Pt. V, 1881, p. 484.) 

409 
[Annonucenient of the arrival of a 
Lyre-Bird (Menitra superha) in the So- 
ciety's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 391. 
410 
[Report of the birth of a young male 
Giraife, and -list of Giraffes that have 
lived in the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 391,392. 
411 
[Notices of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 473. 
412 
[Exhibition of a skull of Tapirus iairdi 
from Nicaragua.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 473. 
413 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Wallace 
on the Lower Amazons and Rio Negro. 
By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 566-596, 

pis. xxix, XXX. 
An annotated catalogue of 282 specie.s, from the 
examination of which conclusions arc drawn as to 
the general character and derivation of the avi- 
fauna of the Para District. The three species, 
Hylophilusruhrifrons. II. semicinereus and Heter- 
opelma ipallncii. ;irn dtsiri1>ed as new. Figures 
are given of Iliilophibix .•<eoiicinerevs, H. riibri- 
frons, an<l Tnrdiis j.lurupi/i/u.'t (Jr.). Gould's MS. 
name I'olytmus Icucorrhoits, is here published for 
the Urst time. 

414 
[Notices of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 686, 687. 



[Exhibition of a rare Snake (Sijylilopis 
fitzingeri).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 687. 

416 
[Exhibition of the Nest and Eggs of 
the Nutcracker {Nucifraga cari/vcdiuc- 
/e.s).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 687. 

417 
Catalogue of Birds collected by Mr. 
E. Bartlett on the River Huallaga, east- 
ern Peru, with notes and descriptions of 
new species. By P. L. Sclater and Os- 
bert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 748, 749, 
pi. xxxiv. 

A tabular list of 205 species, showing the local- 
ities whence they were obtained, with notes on 
the more remarkable ones and descriptions of the 
following: Dendrocolaptes radiolalu-i, Scl. MS. ; 
Thaiitnophihia nniriiui.s. Natt. MS.; Dysithammis 
ardesiacii.'i. ^lyi-oiotla-nila cinereiventri.s, Scl. MS. ; 
Le/itopofido jii'riividinis, Ghcetura hraehycerca, and 
Cele^ts cit reopygius , Hp .MS. Chcetiira brachycerca 
is figured. 

418 
[Notices of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 815-820, 

pis. xxxvi, xxxvii. 
Attention is called to the more noticeable addi- 
tions to the Zoological Society's Menagerie, of 
which Felis aurata and Gazella ftOKinmerringi ure 
figured. Tribonyx niortieri and TJrsus piscatorare 
figured in text. 

419 
[Notice of the arrival of a collection of 
Animals from Calcutta.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 820,821. 



[Notices of additions to the Menagerie.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 890, 891 . 



[Notice of the Exhibition of a skin of 
Chionis ■minor.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 891. 

422 
[Remarks on the breeding of the Eland 
in captivity.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 953, 9r)4. 
An extract of a letter from Lord Hill, giving an 
account of the Elands which had bred while in 
his possession at Hawkstone, Shropshire. 

423 
List of Birds collected at Pebas, Upper 
Amazons, by Mr. John Hauxwell, witb 
notes and descriptions of new species. 
By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 977-981, pi. 

xlv. 
An annotated catalogue of 135 species and de- 
scriptions of the following new species : Oryzobo- 
rus inela.s, Percnostola fortis, Tyranniseus graci- 
lipes, Scl. MS., and Por3ana/a»ciato. Percnostola 
funehris is figured. 



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On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. H. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part I.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, pp. 982-991, pi. 
xlvi. 
A Jist of 58 species, with remarks npoa them. 
Muscisaxicola rubricapilla is figured. 

*(For Part II see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 1868, p. 568; Pt. IV, 

1869, p. 151; Pt.V, 1869,p. 596; Pt. VI, 1873, 
p. 184; Pt. VII, 1873, p. 779; Pt.VIII, 1874, 
p. 677; Pt.IX, 1876,p. 15.) 

425 
Remarks on Dr. L^.otaud's "Birds of 
Trinidad." 

Ibis, 1867, pp. 104-108. 
A commentary on Dr. A. L6otaud'8 "Oiseaux 
de rile do la Trinidad (Antilles)." Koyal 8vo, 
Port d'Espagne, 1866. 

426 
On the Antilocapridw. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Mist., ser. 3, XIX, p. 
58 (1867). 
A rejoinder to Dr. -J. E. Gray's criticism* of a 
former paper on the Antilocapridce.i 

''Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XVIII, 

p. 468 (1866). 

t Hep. Brit. Aisoc. Adv. Set., 1866, pt. 2, p. 77. 

427 
Note on the species of the genus Tribo- 
nyx. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, XX, pp. 

122, 123 (1867). 
A diagnosis of the three species Tribonyx mor- 
tien, T. gouldi and T. ventralis, of which T. gouldi 
is described as new. 

428 
The Bellbirds of America. 

Intellectual Observer, X, pp. 401-408 (1867}. 
Remarks upon the four known species of the 
genus Ckasmorhynchus, and their distribntion in 
America. Ohasmorhynchus niidicollis is figured. 

429 
Barbets, and their Distribution. 

The hitellectual Observer, XII, pp. 241-246 
(1867). 
Notes on the species of the fixmily Capitonidce, 
and their geographic range. Megaiaima asiatica 
is figured. 

430 
Exhibition of a drawing of a new spe- 
cies of Impeyan {Lophophorus Vhuysi).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18G8, p. 1, pi. i. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a drawing of Lophophorus I'huysi. 
L. refulgens and L. I'huysi are diagnosed. The 
latter is figured. 

431 

Descriptions of new species of Birds 
of the families Dendrocolapttdw, Strigidw, 
and Columbidw. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1868, pp. 53-60, pi. v. 

Dendrocincla riificeps. Dendrocolaptes puncti- 
collis. Scops barbarus, Syrnium fulvescens, Leptop- 
tila plumbeicepis and L. cerviniventris are de- 
scribed, and the American species of each genus 
enumerated. Dendrocolaptes puncticolli^ jg fig- 
ured. The te^t is illustrated, 



432 
[Remarks upon a Bear recently added 
to the Society's Menagerie.] 

Prnc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 71-73, pi. 

viii. 
Remarks upon, and figure of, an apparently new 
.species of bear recently added to the Zoological 
Society'.s Menagerie, to which the name Umus 
nasntus is applied. A list of the living species of 
bears in the society's collection is given. 

433 
[Exhibition of an Egg of the Guacharo 
{Steatornis caripensis) . ] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 73, 74. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of an egg 
of Steatornis caripen.ns which had been taken 
from a cave in the Island of Trinidad. A figure 
of the egg is given in the text. 

434 

List of Birds collected at Conchitas, 
Argentine Republic, by Mr. William H. 
Hudson. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 137-146. 

A list of 96 species, with notes on them. The 
generic name I'hacellodomus is emended to I'ia- 
cellodomus. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. Londoyi, 1869, pp. 
158,631.) 

435 

On Venezuelan Birds collected by Mr. 
A. Goering. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part I.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 165-173, 
pi. xiii. 

A tiibular list of 126 species, showing the locali- 
ties in which they were collected, with notes upon 
the more remarkable ones. A new genus, Suble- 
gatus, is characterized; Baird's preoccupied 
generic name Heterorhina is altered to Henico- 
rhina, and the following new species ai-e de- 
scribed : Basileuterus griseiceps, Euscarthmus im- 
piger and Sublegatvs glaber, the last two of which 
are figured. Illustrations are given in the text. 
*(ror Part II see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 626; Pt. Ill, 1869, p. 250; Pt. IV, 
1870, p, 779 ; Pt. V, 1875, p. 234.) 

436 
On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. H. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part II.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 173-178. 
A list of 28 species, with remarks upon them. 
The text is illu.strated. 

*(ror Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. Lo7idon, 
1867, p. 982; Pt. Ill, 1868, p. 568; Pt. IV, 

1869, p. 151; Pt. V, 1869, p. 596; Pt. VI, 

1873, p. 184; Pt. VII, 1873, p. 779; Pt. VUI, 

1874, p. 677; Pt. IX, 1876, p. 15.) 

437 
[Exhibition of a stuffed specimen of a 
Monkey {Cercocebns alhigena) from Cab- 
inda, north of the River Congo.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 183. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a stuffed specimen of Cerco- 
cebus albigena, which had been procured by Mr. 
J. J. Monteiro from Cabinda. 
438 
On the Seals of the Falkland Islands. 
By Capt. C. C. Abbott. Commuuicated, 
with notes, by P. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 189-192, 



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Remarks ou Morunga elephantina, Otaria ju- 
bata, O.falklandicaiiiid Steiwrhynchus leptonyx. 



Notes on Baker's Autelope ( Hippotra- 
gus bakeri). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18(J8, pp. 214-218, 

pi. XV i. 

Dpscriptionof andnotcsontlie adult and young 

of Hippotragiis bakeri. The tliree known species 

of Hippotragus are enumerated. A young male 

is figured. Illustrations are given in the text. 



[Remarks upon recent additions to the 
Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 261, 262. 



Notes on the Pelicans living in the So- 
ciety's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Snc. London, 1868, pp. 264-269, 
pis. XXV, xxvi. 
Notes on the 10 known species of Pelecanus, of 
which the following were represented in the 
Zoological Society's collection: Pelecanus ono- 
crotalus, P. initratus, J', crisjnis, P. ru/escens, P. 
conspicillatuf! and P.fiisctis. P. rwfescens and. P. 
fuscus are figured. The text is illustrated 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 
631.) 

442 
[Notice of the shipment from Austra- 
lia of two living examples of Owen's 
Apteryx.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 319. 

443 

Descriptions of new or little-known 

American Birds of the families Fringil- 

lidw, Oxyrliamphidw, Bucconidw, and Stri- 

gidce. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 322-329, 
pi. xxix. 
The following apecie.s are described : Pevccea 
notosticta, n. sp., Zonotrlchia <jvi)ique.^-triata, n. sp., 
Pyrgisoma cabanif.), n. s]), 1'. kieneri, Bp., Oxy- 
rhamphus f rater, n. sp., Monasa grandior, n. sp., 
and Oymnoglaux lawrencii, n. sp. The known 
species of the genera Peuccea, Pyrgisoma and 
Oymnoglaux are enumerated. Gymnoglaux law- 
rencii is figured. Illustrations are given in the 
text. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of the Australian Cassowary.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 376, 377. 
Exhibition of to a meeting of the Zoological 
Society of London, and remarks upon a skin of 
Casuarius au.<ttraUs. The points in which it differs 
from O. galeatns are shown. 



Descriptions of four new species of 
Birds from Veragua. By P. L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Sue. London, 1868, pp. 388-390. 

The following species are do.scribed : Pyranga 
testacea, Chloro.ipingus hypophmus, Leptotriccus 
ivperciliaris and Eupherusa egregia. 



[Exhibition of Heads of the Spanish 
Ibex ( CUipra pyrenaica). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1868, pp. 403, 404. 



[Notices of recent additions to the 
Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 404. 
448 
Synopsis of the American Rails (Bal- 
Udcv). By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Sal- 
vin. 

Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 442-470, pi. 

XXXV. 

A synopsis of the American rails, of which 48 
species, belonging to 10 geuera, are enumerated. 
The genus Tliyrorhina and the subgenus Xeocrex 
are created, and the species i'o/rn/faZcrcoifrfi and 
P. ca.s?aMt'W'fi^'« described as new, the Ibrnicr being 
figured. A table showing the distribution of the 
lialVuhe. in AuKriea is added. Illustrations are 
given in the text. Tlie following are the genera 
treated of: liallus, Aramides, Porzana, Crex, 
Thyrorhina, Porphyrio, Porphyriops, Gallinula, 
Fulica and Heliornis. 

449 
[On additions to the Society's Menag- 
erie, and Report on Lecointe's Expedition 
to the Falkland Islands.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 526-530. 

Remarks on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with a figure of Jildnocenis 
bicornis; and report on Lecomte's Expedition to 
the Falkland Islands. 

450 
[Announcement of the arrival of a skin 
and skeleton of EJaphurusi davidianus.~\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 531. 



[On additions to the Society's Menag- 
erie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 566, 567. 
452 
[Remarks on the Breeding of the Eleo- 
nora Falcon near Mogador.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 567. 
An account of that portion of the Island of 
Mogador where Falco eleonorce was found breed- 
ing. 

453 

On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part III.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 568-570. 
Remarks upon 11 species, with a list of the 83 
species obtained by Mr. Whitely in western Peru. 
*(For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 
1867, p. 982; Pt. II, 1868, p. 173 ; Pt. IV, 1869, 
p. 151; Pt.V, 1869, p. 596; Pt.VI, 1873, p. 
184; Pt. VII, 1873, p. 779; Pt. VIII, 1874, p. 
677; Pt.IX, I876,p. 15.) 

454 
Descriptions of some new or little- 
known species of Forraicarians. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 571-575, pi. 
xliii. 
The now genus Xeoctantes is created for the re- 
(»eption of Xenops niger, Natt. MS., Pelz., and the 
following species are descrilted: Thamnopldlus 
nigriceps; Cercoinacra napcnsis, Ilypocvemis hy- 
]in.raiitlia, Hetcrociiciiii-'i simplex, and Conapophaga 
guttiiraliK, of which HypocneiDi.^ hypoxantha is 
figured. A list of the new species of Furmicarii- 
dm described since the publication of the "Cata- 
logue of American Birds " in 1862 is appended. 
The genus Neoctantes is illustrated in the text. 



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[On additious to the Society's Menag- 
erie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 622. 
456 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon two 
specimens of Ampelkeps coronatii8.~\ 

Proc. Zool Soc. London, 1868, pp. 622, 623. 
Exhibition of, to a nieetinfr of the Zoological 
Society of London, and remarks upon two speci- 
mens of Ampeliceps coronatvs {Toia the northern 
part of Cochin-China. 

457 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
skin of a male Kaleege.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 623. 
Exhibition of, to a meeting of the Zoological 
Society of London, and remarks upon a male 
Luplocamus cuvieri which had been received 
from Arracan. 

458 

On the breeding of Mammals in the 
Gardens of the Zoological Society of Lon- 
don during the past twenty years. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 623-626. 
Two tables, the first giving a list of the differ- 
ent mammals that have bred in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens from 1848 to the end of 1867, 
and tlie number of instances of the breeding of 
each species; the second table giving compara- 
tive lists of the numbers of species of mammals 
that have lived in the Gardens during that period, 
and of those that have bred, thus showing the 
proportion of breeding species tothetotal number 
of species exhibited. 

459 
On Veneznelan Birds collected hj Mr. 
A. Goering. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part II.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, pp. 626-G32. 
A tabular list of 99 species, showing the locali- 
ties where they were collected, with notes on the 
more remarkable ones. Myiarchus cry throce reus, 
Scl. MS., and Ileteropelrna stenorhynchum are 
described. 

* (For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, 
p. 165; Pt. Ill, 1869, p. 250; Pt. IV, 1870, p. 
779; Pt.V, 1875,p.234.) 

460 
On a recently discovered Tanager of 
the genus CaJliste. 

76(.s, 1868,pp.71,72,pl.iii. 
The characters and figure of Calliste cahanisi, 
originallv described as G. sclateri (Cab. Journ.f. 
Oinithol, 1866, p. 163), are given. 

461 

List*" of Birds collected in the Straits of 
Magellan by Dr. Citnningham, with re- 
marks on the Patagonian Avifauna. By 
P. L. Sclater nud Osbert Salvin. 
Ibis, 1868, pp. 183-189. 

Kemarks on the general character and origin 
(as attested by a tabular list of the Passeres) of 
the Patagonian avifauna, and a list of 44 species 
collected in the Straits of Magellan by Dr. Cun- 
ningham, with notes upon them. 

"(For second list see Ibis, 1869, p. 283; third 
list, 1870, p. 499.) 

462 
[Exhibition of a Skin of SpizaVins ni- 
palensis from Japan.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. LomlQU, 1869, p. i, 



463 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
specimens of the Potto {I'erodicticua 
poUo).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 1,2, 
464 
On a collection of Birds from the Solo- 
mon Islands. 

Proc. Zuol. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 118-126, 
Ills, ix, X. 
A list of 21 species, with notes on them. Gra- 
ctda kreffti, Eurystomus crassirostris, and Pallus 
intactu.i are described as new. the first and last 
of which are figured The previous works on the 
Solomon Islands birds are enumerated and re- 
marked upon. A list of the known species of 
birds of the Solomon Islands and their distribu- 
tion are given, and observations made with regard 
to the zoo-geographical position of the Solomon 
group. 

465 
Notes on the species of the genus Aslu- 
rina. By P. Ij. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 129-134. 
A review of the genus Asturina. Seven species 
are enumerated, of which A. ?'My?caMda is described 
as new. 

466 

[Exhibition of some Reptiles transmit- 
ted to the Society by Mr. G. Wilks, of 
Buenos Ayres, C. M. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 135. 
467 
On the Birds of the vicinity of Lima, 
Peru. With notes on their habits by 
Prof. W. Nation, of Lima, C. M. Z. S. 
Part III.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 146-148, pi. 
xii. 
A listof 13 species, with notes. Neorhynchtis is 
proposed to take the place of Lesson's preoccu- 
pied generic term Callirhynchus. Neorhynchtis 
nasesvs (on the jjlate maseus) is figured. 

*( For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, 
p. 96; Pt. II, 1867, p. 340 ; Pt. IV, 1871, p. 496; 
Pt.V, 1881, p. 484.) 

468 
[Exhibition of some new Australian 
Birds lately described by Mr. E. P. Ram- 
say.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 149. 
469 
[Notices of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie during the months of January 
and P'ebruary, 1869.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 149. 
470 
[Exhibition of a Hybrid Pheasant.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 149. 
A hybrid between Eupiocamus nycthcmerus 
and Thaumalia pictct. 

471 
On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and (■)sbert 
Salvin. Part IV.* 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 151-158, pi. 

xiii. 

An annotated list of 47 .species, of which Salta- 

tor laticlavius, Poospiza ccesar, Agriornis insolens, 

and Centrites areas are described as new. Agrior- 



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nis andicola (Scl., P. Z. /Sf., I860, p. 78) is renamed 
A. pollens, the former name having been ulready 
used by Lafresnaye and D'Orbigny. Poospiza 
ccesar is figured. 

* (For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, IS&J, 

p. 982; Pt. II, 1868, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 1868, p. 

568; Pt. V, 1869, p. 596; Pt. VI, 1873, p. 184; 

Pt. VII, 1873, p. 779; Pt. VIII, 1874, p. 677; 

PtlX, 1876, p. 15.) 

472 

Second list of Birds collected at Con- 
chitas, Argentine Republic, by Mr. Wil- 
liam H. Hudson, together with some 
notes upon another collection from the 
same locality. By P. L. Sclater and Os- 
bert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 158-162.* 
A list of 14 species not represented in Mr. Hud- 
son's former collection, with remarks upon them; 
also a list, with notes, of 10 species collected by 
Mr. Haslehust, not represented in either of Mr. 
Hudson's collections. 

*(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 

137; 1869, p. 631.) 

473 
On Venezuelan Birds collected by Mr. 
A. Goering. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part III.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 250-254, pi. 
xviii. 
A list of 56 species, with the localities in which 
they were collected aud notes upon the more 
remarkable ones. Brachygalba goeringi is de- 
scribed and figured. 

*(For Part I nee Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1868, 
p. 165 ; Pt. II, 1868, p. 626 ; Pt. IV,1870, p, 779; 
Pt.V, 1875, p. 234.) 

474 
[Notice of additions to the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 276, 277, pi. 

XX. 

A- list of the more noticeable additions to the 
Zoological Society's collection, of which Phaco- 
choerus celiani is tigured. Illustrations are given 
in the text. 

475 
[Exhibition of drawings illustrative 
of Wart Hogs. J 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 277. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of drawings which showed the 
differences between Phacochaerus celiani and P. 
cBthiopicvs. 

(See also Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, 

VI, p. 404, 1870.) 

476 
On a collection of Birds made by Mr. 
H. S. le Strange near the city of Mexico. 
By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 361-364. 
Remarks on the rarer species (15 in number) 
contained in Mr. le Strange's collection of 262 
species. 

477 
Notes on the species of the genus Mi- 
craatur. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 364- 369. 
A review of the genus Micra$tur, of which 
seven species are enumerated, 



[Notices of recent additions to the Me- 
nagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 407, 408. 
Ailurus fulgens is figured in the text. 

479 
Descriptions of six new species of 
American Birds of the families Tanagridce, 
Dendrocolaptida', Formicariidce, Tyranni- 
dw, aud Scolopacid(v. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 416-420, pi. 

xxviii. 

The following species are described:, GalUste 

fiorida. Synallaxis arequipce, Oymnocichla chiro- 

leuca, Grallaria princeps, Contopus ochraceus, and 

Oallinago ivi23erialis. Calliste florida is figured. 

480 
[Notices of recent additions to the 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 430^32. 
Orycteropus capensis is figured in the text. 

481 
[Exhibition of Snakes from Buenos 
Ayres.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 432. 
482 
[Exhibition of some drawings of Hip- 
pocampi {Hippocampus annulosus and H, 
hrerirostrls).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 432. 
483 
On two new Birds collected by Mr. E. 
Bartlett in eastern Peru. By P. L. Scla- 
ter and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 437-439, pi. 

XXX. 

Neopipo rubicunda, gen. et. sp. nov.. and Eupho- 
nia chrysopasta, sp. nov., are described and fig- 
ured. 

484 
Descriptions of three new species of 
Tanagers from Veragua. By P. L. Scla- 
ter and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 439, 440, pis. 

xxxi, xxxii. 

Puthraupis arccei, Tachyphonuschrysomelas and 

Chlorospingus punctulatus are described. Bu- 

thraupis arcoei and Tachyplionuschrysomelas (both 

sexes) are figured. 

485 

[Notices of recent additions to the 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 467, 469. 
Macacus andamanensis ami Perodicticus potto 
are figured in the text. 

486 
[Characters of a new sj)ecies of Ocydro- 
mifs.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 472,473, 
pi. XXXV. 

Ocydromvs sylvestris is described and figured. 

487 
[Remarks on Animals observed in va- 
rious zoological gardens on the Conti- 
nent.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 527, 528, 



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Remarks on the more interestiiis;' animals ob- 
served durint; a visit to the u-ardt^us of Kotterdani, 
Amsterdam, "Hamburg, Burliu, Cologne and Ant- 
werp. 



[Exhibition of aud remarks upon the 
Egg of a species of Megajiode.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 528, 529. 

Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London, of the egg'of an unknown species 
of Megapode, lor which the name Megapodius 
brazieri was suggested. 

489' 
Description of a new species of Mexi- 
can Wren. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 591, 592, pi. 
xlv. 
Thryothorus nisorius is described and figured. 

490 
Remarks on two species of Mammals 
described from specimens recently living 
in the Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 592-596, 
pi. xlvi. 
Remarks on Dr. Graj^'s recently described 
species, Mico sericeus and Cephalophus breviceps, 
the former of which is pointed out to be referable 
to Uapale chrysoUucos, the latter to be a young 
example of <Jep>halophus dorsalis sive badius. 
Cephalophus dorsalis is figured. 

491 

On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin." Part V.'* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 596-601. 
Two collections, one from Cosuipata, the other 
from Tiuto, the former consisting of 42 species, of 
which a list is given, aud 4 species are remarked 
upon ; the latter collection containing 57 species, 
of which notes are made on 13 of the more remark- 
able ones, and Oclithoeca polionota und. Merganetta 
turneri are described as new. 

*(For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 982; Pt. II, 1868, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 

1868, p. 568; Pt. IV, 1869, p. 151; Pt. VI, 

1873, p. 184; Pt. VII, 1873, p. 779; Pt. VIII, 

1874, p. 677 ; Pt. IX, 1876, p. 15. ) 

492 
[Remarks on the recent additions to 
the Society's Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 602, 603. 
493 
On the breeding of Birds in the Gar- i 
dens of the Zoological Society of London 
during the past twenty years. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 626-629. 
Two tables, the first giA-ing a list of the differ- 
ent birds tliat have brediu the Zoological Society's 
Gardens from January, 1848, to December, 1868,_ 
and the number of instances of the breeding of' 
each species ; the second giving comparative lists 
of the numbers of species of birds that have lived 
in the Gardens during that period, aud of those 
that have bred, thus showing the proportion of 
breeding species to the total number of species. 

494 
Third list of Birds collected at Con- 
chitas, Argentine Republic, by Mr. Wil- 
liam H. Hudson. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 631-636.* 

415— :N'o. 49 3 



This collection contained examples of 928pecie8. 
A list of those not included in Mr. Hudson's for- 
mer collecti<m, or which require further remarks, 
is given. Salvadori's MS. name Leptoptila dial- 
cauchenia is adopted. 

*(See Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 137; 
1869, p. 158.) 

495 
On two new species of Synallaxinw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, pp. 636, 637, pi. 
xlix. 
Synallaxis curtata and Leptasthenura andicola 
are described and figured. 



Note on the species of the genus Hirnn- 

dinea, belonging to the family Tyrannidce. 

Ibis, 1869, pp. 195-198, pi. v. 

Remarks on the three species, Hirundinea belli- 

cosa, II. ferruyinea and H. rupestris, which are 

diagnosed and figured. 

(See also Ibis, 1882, p. 162.) 



Second* list of Birds collected, during 
the survey of the Straits of Magellan, by 
Dr. Cunningham. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Ibis, 1869, pp. 283-286. 

A list of 33 species, with their localities and 

dates of capture. Zonotrichia canicapilla and 

Phrygilus gayi are remarked upon, and the syno. 

nyms given of the latter species and P. aldunati. 

*(For first list see Ibis, 1868, p. 183; third 

li,st, 1870, p. 499.) 

498 
Touracoes and their distribution. 

The Student and Intellectual Observer, II, 
pp. 1-6 (1869). 
Notes on the species of the family Musophagi- 
dm, with a table showing the distribution of the 
18 known species. Corythaix leucolopha is fig- 
ured. 

499 
[Notices of recent additions to the 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 1, 2. 



[Remarks on the Hairy Tapir (Tapirus 
roulini) of the Colombian Andes.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 51, 52. 

501 
On some new or little-known Birds 
from the Rio Parana. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 57, 58, pi. 
iii. 

TSTotes on a sm.all collection of birds obtained 
during the second American expedition to the 
Rio Parana, under the command of Capt. T. J. 
Page, in 1859-60. Cnipoleguseinereus ia described 
as new and illustrated in text. Ooryphistera 
alaudina is figured. 

502 
[On additions to the Menagerie in Jan- 
uary, 1870.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 86, pi. v. 
Remarks on the more noticeable additions to 
the Zoological Society's Men.agorie, with figures 
of Hylobates lar and II. hoolock. 



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503 
[Exhibition of a specimen of a newly 
described Lemur {PropWteciis dama>ius).~\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 112. 
504 
[Notice of a memoir on the Deer of the 
Old World.] 

Proc. Zool. l:<oc. London, 1870, p. 114. 
505 
[Remarks on the Arrangement and Dis- 
tribution of the Cervkla.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 114-116. 
A diagnosis and arrangement of tlie genera of 
the family Cervidce, with a list of the 40 known 
.species of the gentis Cervus and. their geograph- 
ical distribution. 

506 
[On additions to the Menagerie in Feb- 
ruary, 1870.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 125-128, 
pi. X. 
Notes on tlie more remarkable additions to the 
Zoological Society's collection, of which a Kan- 
garoo (Macropus enibescens) is described as new 
and figured. The head of M. erubescens and the 
adult and young of Cynonycteris collaris are fig- 
ured in the text. 

507 
[Further remarks on the locality of 
Amherst's Pheasant.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 128, 129. 
Note on the locality of Thaumalca amherstice.* 
*(See also Swinhoe, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1870, p. 111.) 

508 
[Exhibition of a coloured drawing of a 
remarkable Pigeon {Otidiphaps nohllis).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 157, 158. 
509 
Notice of the arrival in the Society's 
Gardens of living specimens of two newly 
described species oi rhasianidw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 162-164, pis. 
xiv, XV. 
Lojyhophoriis sclateri and Ceriornis hlytldi are 
characterized and figured. The five known spe- 
cies of Ceriornis are enumerated. 

510 

Further notes on the Cuckoos of the 
genus Coccyzus, 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 1C5-170. 
An .amended aynojjsis of the genus Coccyzus. 
The eight kno'mi species are remarked upon. 

(For former paper see Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, 1864, p. 119.) 

511 
[On additions to the Society's Menage- 
rie in March, 1870.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 219, 220. 
512 
[On additions to the Societj-'s Menage- 
rie in April, 1870, and description of 
Canis lateralis.} 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 279, 280, pi. 
xxiii. 
Notes on the principal additions to the Zoolog- 
ical Society's Mentigerie, and description and fig- 
ure of Canis lateralis. 



Characters of new species of Birds 
collected by Dr. Habel in the Galapagos 
Islands. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 322-327. 
A tabular list of 37 sijecies, giving the locality 
where each species was collected and the number 
of specimens obtained in each locality. The fol- 
lowing new species are described : Certhideafusca, 
Camarhynchus variegatns, G. haheli, C. prosthe- 
melas, Cactornis ahingdoni, C. pallida, and Nycti- 
corax pauper. The text is illustrated. 

514 
Notices of some new or little-known 
species of South American Birds. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 328-330. 
Thi-yothorus rufiventris, Natt. MS. ; Philydor 
consobrinus and Melanerpes p«ic/(er are described. 
Ohcetura hrachycerca, Scl. et Salv., is referred to 
C. poliura, and its synonyms and those of C. 
cinereicauda are given. 

515 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie during the month of 
May, 1870, and description of Cervns al- 
fredi,} 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 380-383, pi. 
xxviii. 
Cervns alfredi is described and figured. The 
heads of Ibis bernieri and /. cethiopica are illus- 
trated in the text. 



Synopsis of the Cracidw. By P. L. 
Scltiter and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 504-544. 
A review of the family Cracidce, embracing 
general observations on the Cracidce, a chronolog- 
ical account of the writings of the principal au- 

I thorities on the group, a synopsis of the species, 
and their geographical distribution. Fifty-two 
species are enumerated, one of v^hich—Ortalida 

I riificrissa—ia described as new. The genus Steg- 
nolcema is created lor the reception of Ortalida 
mo7itagnii,Bip. The following; genera are treated 
of: Crax, Nothocrax, Paiixi, llitua, Stegnolcema, 
Penelope, Penelopina, Pipile, Aburria, Chamce- 

I petes, Ortalida and Oreojjhasis. 

517 
i On some recent additions to the Avi- 
I fauna of Mexico. By P. L. Sclater and 
! Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. xjon don, 1870, pp. 550, 551. 

I Kemarks on five species not 
I previous collections from Mexico. 



[Reports on additions to the Society's 
Menagerit' in .Inne, July, August, and 
September, 1870, and description of Bu- 
ceros subcylhidricus.] 

Ptoc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 663-671, pis. 

xxxv-xxxix. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie (which include a large collec- 
tion of Chilian animals sent from the Zoological 
Gardens of Santiago), with notes on the more re- 
markable specimens. Buccros suhcylindricus is 
described as new and figured; figures are also 
given of Macacns leoninus, Clninga biirmeisteri, 
Metopiana pepomca, and Dafila spinicauda. 
Orycterojms aithiopicus is figured in the text. 



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[Exhibition of a specimen of Ceratodiis 
forsteii.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 747. 

520 
On Venezuelan Birds collected by Mr. 
A. Goering. Bv P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salviu. Part IV.* 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 779-788, pis. 

xlvi, slvii. 
A list of 106 species, with remarks upon tbeiu 
and thelocalitieswheretlieywerecollected. The 
following 9 species aie described as new: Seto- 
phaya alhifro7is, Diglossa gloriona, Chlorospinijus 
goerinfji, Bnarremon merulce, Grallaria griseo- 
nuclm., Ochthoeca .sitperciliosa, O. vigrita, Oonurus 
rhodocephalu.^ and Urochroma dilectissima. JJro- 
chrnma dilectissima, Chlorospingus goeringi and 
Diglossa gloriosa are figured. 

*(For Part I see Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 16.5 ; Pt. II. 18C8, p. 626 ; Pt. Ill, 1869, 

p. 250; Pt, V, 1875, p. 234.) 

521 
[Reports on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in October and Novem- 
ber, 1870.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 796-798. 



Descriptions of three apparently new 
species of Tyrant Birds of the genus 
Elainea, with remarks on other known 
speeies. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 831-835. 

Elainea gigas, E.fallax and E.piidica are de- 
scribed, and a li.st is given of, and remarks made 
upon, tlie .species of Elainea (16 in number) rep- 
resented in Mr. Sclater's collection. The three 
species described are illustrated iu the text. 



On Birds collected by ]Mr. George M. 
Whitely on the coast of Honduras. By 
P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 835-839. 

A nominal list of 135 species, with notes on the 
more interesting species. 



Descriptions of five [six] new species 
of Birds from the United States of Co- 
lombia. By P. L. *5clater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, pp. 840-844, 
pi. liii. 

The following species are described : Pheucticus 
uropygialis, Synallaxis xvyatti, Tyranniscus leu- 
cogonys, T. improbus, T. grisciceps, and Trogon 
chionurus. The known species of the genera 
Fheuctic-us and Tyrannisctisare euiunerated. Fig- 
ures are given of Tyranniscus leucogonys, T. cin- 
ereiceps and T. imiirohxis. 



Note on the Systematic Position of In- 
dicator. 

Ibis, 1870, pp. 176-180. 
From the evidence derived from an examination 
of the internal structure of the bird, it is here 
suggested that Indicator should form the type of 
a new famWy, Indicatorido', mul be placed in the 
natural system in the ('occyiromorplice,r\e:s.t to the 
Gapitonidce. The text is illustrated. 



Third* list of Birds collected, during 
the survey of the Straits of Magellan, by 
Dr. Cunningham. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. With additional notes by 
the editor (A. Newton). 
Ibis, 1S70, pp. 499-504. 
A list of 33 8i)(«ies, with the localities and dates 
of their ccdleitioii. I'halacrocorax carnnculatus, 
Ghloepliaitd inaoellanica and Nectris amaurosoma 
are ri'iii.'irked u]ion. A list of Dr. Cunningham's 
nests and eggs is given, and notes made on them 
by Prof. A. Newton. 

"(Forflr.st list see IMs, 1868, p. 183 ; second 
list, 1869, p. 283.) 

527 
Note on ^Elian's Wart Hog. 

Ann. and Mag. Xat. Hist., ser. 4, VI, pp. 

404,405(1870). 

Notes on I>r. Gray's supposed new species, Fha- 

cocha'rus sclatflii.vihich is shown to be only the 

female of F. celiani, and on the differences between 

F. culiatii and F. cethiopicus. 

(See also Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 
277.) 

528 

Remarks on the Animals lately de- 
scribed by Dr. Gray as Testudo chilensia 
and AteJes hartletti. 

Ann. end Mag. Nat. Hist, ser. 4, VI, p. 470 

(1870).-- 
Eemarks showing that the animals described as 
new by Dr. Gray under the names of Testvdo chi- 
lensisaml Atc^es baitletti are not new. The for- 
mer lindl)eeii J ncorrectly determined by D'Orbigny 
and referred to Testudo nuleata.nuAihe latter ia 
))()inted out to be referable to Ateles variegatus. 
It is proposed to cliange the name of Testudo 
chilcn.sis to Testudo argentina.\ 

*(See also Ann. and Mag. Wat. Hist., ser. 4, 

VII, p. 161,1871.) 

t(See also Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p, 

743.) 

529 

The new AtTstralian Mud-fish. 

Nature, II. pp. 106, 107 (1870). 
Kemarks on and figure of Ceratodusforsteri. 

530 
On certain principles to be observed in 
the establishment of a National Museum 
of Natural History, 

Feih Brit. Assoc. Adv. ScL, 1870, Pt. II, pp. 

123-128; VofM;v, II, pp. 455-458 (1870). 
Propositions for the establishment, manage, 
ment and arrangement of a national museum of 
natural history, being remarks called forth by 
the occasion of the proposed removal of the nat 
ural-history objects in the Briti.sh Museum at 
Bloomsbury, to a new institution at South Ken. 
sington. 

531 

African Rhinoceroses. 

Student and Intellectual Observer, IV, pp, 
321-326, pi. xi (1870). 
Notes on the different species of African rlii. 
noceroses, with the~ history and figure of the indi- 
vidual living in tlie Zoological Society's Gardens, 
The text is illustrated. 

532 
[Extracts from correspondence with 
Mr. G. W. des Vreux concerning the Rat- 
tailed Serpent of Santa Lucia [Trigono- 
cephalus lanceolatus) .'\ 

Froc. Zool. Soc, Londoii, 1871, pp. 2-4. 



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533 
[Exhibition of :iud remarks on a horn 
of the male Indian Rhinoceros {Rhinoce- 
ros unicorvis).^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 8-11. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a horn of a rhinoceros wliicli 
had been torn ofi' while in tlie Society's Gardens, 
with remarlis on the liability under such circum- 
stances of abnormal development in the repro- 
duced horn. Illustrations are given in the text. 



[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in December, 1870, and 
observations on the register of "arrivals 
and departures" kept at the superinten- 
dent's office.] 

Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 36, 37. 
535 
[Exhibition of a specimen of Ateles va- 
rie(jatus.'\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 39. 
536 
[Remarks on the so-called Axolotls in 
the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 41, 42. 
Note on Sin'don onexicanus and the supposed 
metamorphosis of -the axolotl. 

537 
Notes on the types of Tyrannula me.ri- 
cana of Kauj), and Tyrannula harbirostris 
of Swainson, 

Proc. Zool. Sac. London, 1871, pp. 84, 85. 
Notes pointing out that Tyrannula mexicana, 
Kaup, and T. harbirostris, Swainson, are referable 
to Myiarchus cooperi, Baird, and Blacicus tristis 
(Gosse), respectively. 

538 
Remarks on some species of Dendro- 
colaptidw in the collection of the Smith- 
sonian Institution. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 85, 86. 
Remarks on Synallaxis caiidcei, Anahates ochro- 
Icemu.i, A. montanus and Dendrocolaptes chunco- 
tambo. 

539 

[Report on additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in January, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 101, 102. 
540 
[Announcement of the birth of a Hip- 
popotamus in the Society's Gardens.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 145. 
541 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a pair 
of corroded Tusks of the Indian Ele- 
phant.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 145, 146. 
These tusks had been eaten away at their bases 
by a parasite. 

542 
Notes on the Monkeys of eastern Peru. 
Ky Edward Bartlett. (Communicated, 
with notes, by P. L. Sclater.) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp.-217-220, pi. 
xiii. 
Ten species of nionke.\ s are enumerated and 
remarked upon. Midas devillii is ligured. 



Notes on rare or little-known Animals 
now or lately living in the Society's Gar- 
dens. Part I, Mammalia.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 221-240, 

pis. xiv-xvii. 
Notes on 25 species of little-known animals ex- 
hibited in The Zoological Society's Meuagorie. 
Figures are given of Ateles cucullatiis, A. melano- 
chir. Lemur rnonrjoz, and Oervus x)udu. The text 
is illustrated. 

*(For Part II, Birds, see Proc. Zool. Soc. 

London, 1871, p. 489 ; Pt. Ill, Reptiles, 1871, 

p. 743.) 

544 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1871.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 258. 



[Exhibition of the skin of a species of 
Prima from Ceylon.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 258. 

The skin of Prinia socialis was exhibited to a 
meeting of the Zoological Society of London. 

546 
On the Birds of the Island of Santa 
Lucia, West Indies. 

Proc. Zool. Soc.Londo7i,1871,-p-p- 263-273, pi. 

xxi. 
General notes on the zoological-geographical 
position of the West Indian Islands, arid a sum- 
mary of the previous works on the ornithology of 
the grou]>. A list of 25 species from the Island of 
Santa Lucia is given, and remarks made ui)o:i 
them. Icterus laudabilis is described and figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1872, p. 

647; 1876, p. 13.) 

547 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 298, 299, pi- 
xxix. 
Yiverra civetta is figured. 

548 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
shell of a River Tortoise of the genus 
PeJomedu.'ia.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 325, 326. 
The sternum of Pelomedusa is figured in the 
text. 

549 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 478-480, pi- 
xxxviii. 
Remarks on the more noticeable additions to 
the Zoological Society's Menagerie, of which 
Midas geoffroii is figured. 

550 
Notes on rare or little-known Animals 
now or lately living in the Society's Gar- 
dens. Partll, Birds.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 489-496. 
Twelve species of birds are remarked upon, of 
which OacaUia ginnrKi/fis is described as new. 
The text is illustrated. 

*(ror Part I, Mammals, see Proc. Zool. Soc- 

London, 1871, p. 221 ; Pt. Ill, ReptUes, 1871, 

p. 743.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 37 



On the Birds of the vicinity of Lima, 
Peru. With notes on their habits by 
Prof. W. Nation; of Lima, C. M. Z. S. 
Part. IV.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 496-498. 
Notes on five species, of which Euscarlhmus 
fulviceps Is described as uew and illustrated iu 
the text. 

*(For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 96; Pt. 11,1867, p. 340; Pt. HI, 1869, 

p. 146; Pt.V.lSSl, p. 484.) 

552 
On two new or little-known Parrots 
living in the Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 499, 500, pis. 
xl, xli. 
Description of Lorius tibialis, n. sp., and re- 
marks on Triehoglossitsmitchelli. Both species are 
figured. 

553 
[Report on additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in May, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 543-546, pi. 

xliii. 

Notes on the more remarkable animals added 

to the Zoological Society's Menagerie (including 

a second collection from the Santiago Zoological 

Gardens), with figure of Tamandua tetradactyla. 

554 

A revised list of the Neotropical iarifZff. 
By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salviu. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 564-580. 

A synopsis of the Neotropical iacidce, of which 
32 species are enumerated. The name usually 
written Ohroicocephalus for the Jiooded gulls is 
emended to Ohrooccphalus. Illustrations are giv- 
en in the text. The following are tlie genera 
treated of: Jihiiiiclwpx, Anoux. Xieiita, Phaethusa, 
Sterna, Oeliichelidon, On ijchojiyioii, Hudrochelidon, 
Larus, Leucophwus and Lestris. 

555 
[Reports on additions to the Society's 
Menagerie for June, July, August, and 
September, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 623-627, 

pi. 1. 
Reports on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with remarks f)n the more 
noticeable specimens. Turtur aldahranus * Is 
proposed as a temporary name for a supposed 
new dove, and the young of Tapiru.'i bairdi is 
figured. 

*(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 
692.) 

556 

[Notice of the existence in Queensland 
of an undescribed species of Mammal.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 629, 630. 

Extract of a letter containing the description 
of a supposed new species of mammal. 

557 
Additional remarks on certain species 
of Pelicans. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 031-634,* 
pi. li. 

Remarks on Pelecanun onocrofalus, P. mitratus 
sive minor, P. rvfescens, P. i)hilippensis, and P. 
sharjni, with a list of the known species (10 in 
number) of the genus Pclccanus. P. sharpvi is 
figured. Illustrations are given in the text. 

'*(For former paper see Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, 1868, p. 264.) 



[Exhibition of and remarks on a skin 
of Ateles variefjatus.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 651, 652. 



Description of a new species of Dove 
from the coral reef of Aldabra. 

Proc. Zool. Sac. Lo7idon, 1871, pp. 692, 693, pi. 

Ixxiii. 
The temporary name Turtur aldahranus, ap- 
plied to a supposed new dove (Proc. Zool. Soc. 
io»ido7i, 1871,p. 623),is adopted, and the species 
described and figured. 

560 

[Report on .the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in October and Novem- 
ber, 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1871, pp. 699-701. 

Remarks on the more noticeable .additions to 
the Zoological Society's Menagerie (which include 
a third collection of animals from Chili), and no- 
tice of the changing of the name of the Pampas 
Cat from Felis pajeros to Felis passerum. 

561 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of the Water Opossum {Chironectea 
variegatus).^ 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 702. 



Notes on rare or little-known Animals 
now or lately living in the Society's Gar- 
dens. Part III, Rex^tiles.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 743-749. 
Notes on five species of the Testudinata, with 
special reference to the genus Podocnemls. Tes- 
tudo arijcntina, suggested for the name of a new 
species (Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, VI, p. 
471), is adoi)ted. The text is illustrated. 

*(For Part I, Mammals, see Proc. Zool. Soe. 

London, 1871, p. 221 ; Pt. II, Birds, 1871, p. 

489.) 

563 
Remarks on a collection of Birds from 
Oyapok. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 749, 750. 
Ochthoeca murina and Heteropelma ignieeps are 
described as new, and a list of the known species 
of Ochthoeca added. 



Remarks on the species of the genera 
Myiozetetes and Conopias, belonging to the 
family Tyrannidoi. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 751-756. 
An arrangement of and remarks upon the spe- 
cies of the genera Jl/?/w2e<e«e,s and Conopias: eight 
species of tlie former genus and three of the latter 
are enumerated. An amended description of My- 
iozetetes hiteiventris (Elainea luteiventris, Scl., 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 71) is given. 

565 
A revision of the species of the Frin- 
gilline genus SpermopMla. 
Ibis, 1871, pp. 1-23, pis. i, ii. 
A revision of the species (24 in number) of the 
genus Spermuphila, with remarks on their distri- 
bution. A list of 11 species unknown to the 
author is also given. The following !5i)ecies are 
figured: Spermophila nigro-riifa i,^ ,<}), S. pileata 
(<?), <S'. aurita (cf), and S. ocetlata (?). 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



666 
On the Land Birds of Juan Fernandez. 

Ibis, 1871, pp. 178-183, pi. vii. 
General remarks on the Juan Fernandez group 
ofislands, with notes on six species of birds, of 
which Ancerefes feynandezianus and Oxintrusmas- 
afuerce are figured. 

567 

Remarks on the Avifauna of the Sand- 
wich Islands. 

Ihis, 1871, pp. 356-362. 

A summary of the avifauna of the Sandwich 
Islands, with critical remarlis on Mr. S. B. Dole's 
"Sjnopsis of the Birds hitherto described from 
the Hawaiian Islands." (Proc. Host. Soc. Kat. 
Hist., ^11, p. 294.) The new generic name Ch(e- 
toptila is proposed. 

568 

Index of the Ornithological Literature 
of 1870. By Osbert Salvin and P. L. 
Sclater. 

Ihis, 1871, pp. 417-484. 

An alphabetical list of the ornithological pub- 
lications in 1870, with a i)r6cis of their contents. 

569 
On certain species of Deer now or lately 
living in the Society's Menagerie. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, pp. 333-352, 

pis. xxviii-xxxix (1871). 
A hi.story of the introduction into the Zoolog- 
ical Society's Gardens of the following species of 
the genus Cervu.s,wiib their synonyms, distribu- 
tion and ligures : C. davidiaims, C. maral, C. cash- 
meerianus. C. mantchuricits, C. taevanus, C.sika, 
C. duaaticelli, C. eldl, and G. swinhoii. The distri- 
bution of the Ehiphine deer (.species allied to Cer- 
vus elajjhus) is also given. The test is illustrated. 

570 
Reply to Dr. Gray on Testiulo cMlensis, 
etc. 

Anv. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, VII, pp. 

161-163 (1871). 
A reply to Dr. Gray's commentary of Mr. Scla- 
ter's criticisms on the H])ecies described by the 
foinier as A tclc.i baitletti and Testudo chilensis, 
and referenda to the record of "occurrences" kept 
in the Zoological Society's Gardens. 

(See Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, VI, 

p. 470, 1870.) 

571 

Eared Seals and their Habits. 

Natiire, III, pp. 148, 149 (1871). 
A short sketch of the characteristics and hab- 
its of the eared seals, being a review of Messrs. 
J. A. Allen and C. Bryant's miMuoir on the Otaria- 
dm. (Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., Harvard Coll., II, 
1870.) 

572 

On New Zealand Animals at the Zoo- 
logical Gardens. 

Nature, III, pp. 190-192 (1871). 
An account of the chief peculiarities of the 
fauna of New Zealand, with illustrations. 
573 
Captain Sladen's Expedition. 

Nature, IV, p. 405 (1871). 
Letter on the ])ublication of the notes relating 
to Captain Sladen's expedition to Tunan, and on 
the death of Dr. Thomas Anderson. 
574 
The Birds of the Lesser Antilles. 

Nature, IV, pp. 473-475 (1871). 
A review of the state of knowledge of the or- 
nithology of the lessor West Indian Islands. 



575 
Remarks on a favourable occasion for 
the establishment of zoological observa- 
tories. 

Hep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. /Sci., 1871,Pt. II, p. 134. 
On the establishment of zoological observa- 
tories on the occasion of the transit of Venus in 
1874. 

576 
A Naturalist's Excursion in Wisconsin. 
Edited by H, W. Bates. 

Illustrated Travels, III, pp. 1-8(1871 ?). 
An illustrated account of an excursion in "Wis- 
consin, with descriptions of some of the places 
visited and observations on natural history of the 
country. 

577 

On the Quadrnmana found in America 
north of Panama. 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp 2-0, pis. i, 

ii. 
Ten species of monkeys are enumerated and 
reniarks made upon theni. Two tables are sub- 
joined. The first shows which of the genera of 
South American monkeys are found in Central 
America, and how far they extend north ; the s^- 
ond show.s the range of the 10 species mentioned 
in the paper. Nyctipithecus ruflpes is described as 
a new species and figured. Ateles vellerosus is 
also figured. The heads of Mycetes caraya and M. 
villosus are figured in the text. 

578 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in December, 1871.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 23, 24. 

579 
OnKaup's Cassowary ((7asHa?-iHS Tcaupi) 
and on the other known species of the 
genus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 147-150, pi. 
ix. 
Remarks on Casuarius kaupi, with its syno- 
nyms and figure. A list of the known species of 
Casuarius, with their localities, is added. The 
text is illustrated. 

(See iils^ Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 247 ; 
1875, p. 84.) 

580 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1870.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London,-iS12, pp. 183-185. 
Notes on the more remarkable animals added to 
the Zoological Society's collection, with a list of 
the specimens of girafles that have lived in the 
gardens. 

581 
[Announcement of the addition to the 
Society's collection of a female Sumatran 
Rhinoceros.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 185. 
582 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 493^96, 
pis. xxiii-xx^i. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological Soci- 
ety's ^lenagerie, with notes on the more remarka- 
ble specimens, ^[(icacusrhesosiniilisis proposed 
as a teiDporary name for a new monkey, and a de- 
scription given of the cai)ture near Chittagong of 
a Suuiatrau rliiuoceros. The following s]>ecies 
arefigured : lihinvceroslasiotis, ifacacus riifescens, 
M. rheso-similis, and (Jasuarius hicaruncxdatus. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 



[Exliibition of a skin of the Yellow- 
billed Cuckoo {Coccyzus americanus) from 
Buenos Ayres.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 496. 



On the Birds of the Rio Negro of Pat- 
agonia. By W. H. Hudson, C. M. Z. 8. 
With notes by P. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. fioc. London, 1872, pp. 534-5.'50, jil. 

xxxi. 
Notes on 23 species, ■witli an appendix contain- 
ing a list of the 48 speoies represented in Mr. 
Hudson's collection, and observations on tlie 
coini)ositiou of tlio avifauna of the Rio Negro. 
Chipolegus hudeoni is described as a neve species 
and figured, and is also illustrated in the text. 

585 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 602-604. 

586 
[Exhibition of the Skull of a Hairy 
Tapir ( Tapirus rouHni), and remarks on 
its difl'erences from that of T. terreshHs.'i 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 604, 605. 
The nasal bones of Tapirus terrestris and T. 
roulini are figured in the text. 

587 
On the habits of the Swallows of the 
genus Frogue met with in the Argentine 
Republic. By W. H. Hudson, C. M. Z. S. 
With notes by P. L. Sclater. 

Proa. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, i>p. 605-609. 

Tteniaiks on the habits of Progne purpurea, P. 

chahihea and P. tapera, with notes by Mr. Sclater 

on the distribution of the four species of the 

genus Progne. 

588 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 635, 636, pis. 
1-lii. 
rteromys magnificus, Tapirus bairdi, juv., and 
T. terrestris, ? adult, are figured. 



Observations on the Birds of St. Lncia. 
By the Rev. J. E. Semper, colonial chap- 
lain. With notes by P. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 647-653. 
Notes on the species (31 in number) contained 
in Mr. Seruper's two collections from St. Lucia. 
(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 
263; 1876, p. 13.) 



On the species of Quadrumana collected 
by Mr. Buckley in Ecuador. 

I'loc. Zool. Soc. London, 1812, pp.663, 664, pi. 
liv. 

Note on the species of monkeys (6 in number) 
obsei-ved by Mr. Buckley in Ecuador, with figure 
of A teles fuseice%)S. 



[Exhibition of a specimen of Cocci/siis 
erythropihahniis killed in Ireland.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. GSl. 



Additional notes on rare or little-known 
Animals now or lately living in the So- 
ciety's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 688-690, pis. 

Ivii-lix. 
Notes on Ateles ruflventris sp. nov., Saimaris 
usta, Galago garnettl, Capra picta, Cervus savan- 
nant.m, and Crax incommoda sp. nov. The fol- 
lowing are figured: Ateles ruflventris, Capra 
picta and Cervus savannarum. The head of 
Saimaris usta is figured in the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, pp. 

221, 489, 743.) 



Report on additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in May, 1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 728, 729. 



[Exhibition, for Mr. Vincent Legge, of 
a pair of a new Ceylonese Bird, proposed 
to be called I'rionochilus vinceus.^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 729, 730. 
Prionochilus vincens is described. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty'sMenagerie during the months of June, 
July, August, and September, 1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 789-795, pi. 
Ixvii. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological Socie- 
ty's Menagerie, of which the most noticeable are 
remarked upon . The differences between the two 
rhinoceroses Ji. lasiotis and R. sumatren.ns are 
pointed out and the latter figured. The text is 
illustrated. 

596 
[Announcement of the birth of a Hip- 
popotamus in the Society's Gardens.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 795. 



[Remarks on a Mexican Spider Monkey 
(Ateles) in the Berlin Museum.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 798. 
Note on Ateles vellerosus. 

598 
[Remarks on the two Livingstone Ex- 
peditions into Inner Africa.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 819. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October and November, 
1872.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 860-862, pi. 
ixxii. 
Choloptis lioffmanni and C. didactijlu.'i are fig- 
ured. 



[Exhibition of a nest of the Tijcreta 
{Milviiliis ti)rannus) containing eggs of 
Molotlirus honariensts.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, pp. 862, 803. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London, of a nest of Milvulu.^ ti/ rannus cou- 
ta'ining eggs of Molotlirus bonariensis, with an 
extract of a letter from Mr. W. H. Hudson con- 
cerning it and the parasitic habits of tha Molothri. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



A Revision of the sjiecies of the Frin- 
gilline genus Si/caHs. 

Ibis, 1872, pp. 39-48, pis. ii, iii. 

A review of tlie species (10 in number) of the 
genus Sycal'is. i>ycaHs pclzelni is described and 
the following species are figured : Sycalis chry- 
sops, S. lutea, imd ,S. aureiventris (d,^). 



' Observations on the systematic position 
of the genera PeJtops, Eurylwmus and 
Todus. 

Jbis, 1872, pp. 177-180. 
Each of the genera Peltnps. FAirylmmus and 
Todus is religateil to its proper position in the 
natural sy.stem. I'eltiips is referred to the family 
Miiscicapiihe, Evrylannns (the Eurylcemidcv) is 
placed in the order I'a.^seres, and Tudns is made 
the type of a new family, Todidce, to be placed in 
the Coccygomorphce, next to the Momotidce. The 
text is illustrated. 

603 
On a new Parrakeet of the genus Lori- 
cidus from tlie Philippine Islands. 
Ibis, 1872, pp. 323-?25, pi. xi. 
Loriculus chrysonotus is described and figured. 

604 
Index to the Ornithological Literature 
of 1871. By Osbert Salvin and P. L. 
Sclater. 

Ibis, 1872, pp. 413-468. 
An alphabetical list of the ornithological ]>ub- 
lications iu 1871, with short abstracts of their 
contents. 

605 
Notes on rropitliecus ticolor anH Rhinoc- 
eros lasiotis. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, X, pp. 298, 

299 (1872). 

Notes on rropitJieais bicolor, Gray, which is 

shown to have been already described by M. A. 

Grandidier as /'. edwardsi, and on the distinctness 

of Rhinoceros lasiotis.* 

*(See also Nature, VI, p. 518, 1872; liep. 
Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1S12, Pt. II, p. 140.) 

606 
The new Ehinoceros. 

Nature, VI, pp. 518, 519 (1872). 
An illustrated account of lihinoceros la.notis, 
a, new species received by the Zoological Society 
of Loridon, with notes on the other species of Ifhi- 
noceroses living iu the Society's Gardens. 

(See also liep. Brit. As.<inc. Adv. ,Sci., 1872, 

Pt. II, p. 140, Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser. 4, X, p. 298, 1872.) 

607 
Proceedings of Zoological Collectors. 

Nature, VII, p. 110 (1872). 
Note on the whereabouts and doings of zoolog- 
ical collectors in foreign countries. 

608 
On a new Rhinoceros, with remarks on 
the recent species of this genus and their 
distribution. 

Rep. Brit. Asgoc. Adv. Sci., 1872, Pt. II, p. 140. 
Note on Bhinoceros lasiotis, n. sp., and a list of 
the six known species of llhinoceroses, with re- 
marks. 

(See also Nature, VI, p. 518, 1872; Ann. 
and Mag. Nat. Uist., ser. 4, X, p. 298, 1872.) 



Notice of an apparently new Marine 
Animal from the Northern Pacific. 

Bep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1872, Pt. II, pp. 
. 140, 141. 
Note on a rem.arkable animal from Washington 
Teriitory, North America, described by Dr. Gray 
as O.steocella septentrionalis, but supposed by Mr. 
Sclater to be the ossified notochord of some car- 
tilaginous fish. 

(See also Nature, VIII, p. 487.) 

610 
[Report on the addilions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie iu December, 1872.] 
Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 1-3. 
The American Darter {Plotus anhinga) is illus- 
trated in the text. 



[Exhibition of some skins of Birds 
from New Britain and the neighbouring 
Islands.] 

Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 3. 
Exhibition to the Zocdogical Society of London 
of skins of seven species made up from specimens 
which had been received in spirit from Dr. Ben- 
nett, of Sydney. 

612 
On Peruvian Birds collected bv Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part VI.* 

Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 184-187, pi. 
xxi. 

A list of 78 species, with notes on the more re- 
markable ones. Hapalocercus acutipennis is de- 
scribed as a new species, and Tanagra olivina is 
figured. 

* (For Part I see Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 982; Pt. II, 1868, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 

1868, p. 568: Pt. IV, 1809, p. 151; Pt. V, 

1869, p. .596; Pt. VII. 1873, p. 779; Pt. 
VIII, 1874, p. 677; Pt. IX, 1876, p. 15.) 

613 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in .January, 1873.] 

Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 193, 194, pi. 

xxii. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's ^Menagerie, witli notes on the most notice- 
able specimens. An apparently new species of 
fruit bat is named Btrropus formosus, and a list 
of the species of fruit bats (13 in number) living 
in the Menagerie is given. A flCTre is given in 
the text, of a female Tapir from Paraguay. 

614 
On the Birds of eastern Peru. By P. 
L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. With notes 
on the habits of the Birds, by Edward 
Bartlett. 

Broc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 252-311, pis. 

XXV, xxvi. 
An annotated catalogue of 473 species, with 
remarks on the composition of the east Peruvian 
avifauna. The new generic name Cnijindectes 
is proposed for the reception of Cychirhynchus 
subbrunneus, Sci., and tlie following s])ecies are 
described: Bithys himilata, Bhynchocycliis viri- 
diceps, and Cryptunis bartletti. The first-men- 
tioned is figured. A ma]) showing the localities 
in which the collections were made is given. The 
nest of Furnarius minor is ligured in the test. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 41 



615 
[Report ou the additions to tlie Socie- 
ty's Menagerie iu February, 1873.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 311, 312, pi. 

xxvii. 
Report on tbe additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with notes on the more inter- 
esting specimens. Felis aiirata is figured. 

616 
[Report ou the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March and April, 1873.] 
Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 433, 434. 
617 
[Remarks ou the Liberiau Hippopota- 
mus.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 434. 
Note on and exhibition to the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of photographs of a young spec- 
imen of Hippopotamus liberiensis. 

618 
Notes on the Range of several Ameri- 
can Limicoliv. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 453--157. 
Notes on the range of certain .species of the 

fenera Mimantoinis, Macrorhamphtts, Tringa, 
dmosa and Numenius. The heads of Himan- 
topu.9 nigrieollis and H. hrasiliensis are figured in 
the text. 

619 

[Remarks on Animals seen in some of 
the Continental zoological gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 187:', pp. 473, 474. 
Eemarlv.s on tlie most interesting animals ob- 
served during visits to the zoological gardens of 
Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Hamburg and 
Berlin. 

620 

On some Venezuelan Birds collected by 
Mr. James M. Spence. By P. L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873. pp. 511, 512. 

Notes on eight rfpeeies contained in collections 
from Venezuela. Lochmias sororia and Crypturus 
cerviniventns are described as new. 
621 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1873.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 517, 518, pi. 
xliv. 
Olemmys unicolor is figured. 

622 
[Exhibition of an Egg of the Spotted 
Bower-bird, a series of photographs, and 
a specimen of Cusnarins hicarnnculatus.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 518, 519. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of London 
of an egg of Chlamydodera iiiacidata, a series of 
photogra])hs of animals, and a skin of Ca.snaritis 
bicaruncvlatus, with an extract from a letter from 
Dr. George Bennett concerning the habitat of C. 
bennetti. 

623 

[Notice of a new Avork on American 
Birds, and remarks on Tiirdiis subvinereiis 
and on a supposed species of Cnipolef/iis.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 554, 555. 
Notice of the "Nomenclator Avium Neotropi- 
calium, " with a tabular list showing the proposed 
arrangement. It is pointed out that the intro- 
duction into the American pvifauna, in the 
"Catalogue of American Birds," of Turdus sub- 
dnereus, and Cnipolegus, sp, inc., is an error. 



[Noticeiof a memoir ou the Curassows 
now or lately living iu the Society's Gar- 
dens. ] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 557. 
625 
[Exhibition of souie Birds collected iu 
New Guinea by Siguor d'Albertis, and de- 
scription of a new sjiecies of Paradise 
; Bird.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 557-560, 
I pi. xlvii. 

i Exhibition to the Zoological Society of London 
i of a series of skins, with notes respecting the 
more remarkable species. Paradisca raggiana, 
sp. nov., and Drepanorni.-i * albertisi, gen. "et sp. 
nov., are described. The latter is figured. 
* (See also Nature, VIII, pp. 192-305.) 
626 
Note on the genus Ornifhion of Hart- 
laub. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 57G-578. 
A synopsi.s of the species of the genus Orni- 
tliion. Four species are enumerated. 

627 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie during the mouths of June, 
July, August, and September, 1873.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 682-684. 
628 
Characters of new species of Birds dis- 
covered iu New Guinea by Siguor d'Al- 
bertis. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 690-698, 
pis. lii-lvii. 

The following new species are described : F.u- 
2)etes le.ucostictn.s, Munarclia /rater, Lcnci/jluniteti 
(gen. nov.) brachyiirus, Recie-l bennetti, I'lO-ligee- 
phala rufinucha. P.soror, Campephaga aiinilrnta, 
Climacteris placens, Ptiloti.i cinerea, P. melano- 
phrys, Melidectes (gen. nov.) torqvatus, ilelipntes 
(gen. nov.) gymnops, JSgotheles alhcrtixi. and Vtihi- 
nopus bellus. Eupetes leucdilietii.s. Leucophantes 
brachyurus, Campephagn anrvlenta, Melideetci 
torquatus.Melipotc.'i ggni noji» und l'tilonopu.s bellus, 
are figured. A list' of Signer d'Albertis's collec- 
tion (53 species), with the localities, is given. 
Each new genus is illustrated iu the text. 

629 
[Exhibition of Birds from Antioquia, 
Colombia, and descriptions of new spe- 
cies.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 728, 729. 
Exhibition of, to the Zoological Society of Lon- 
don, and descriptions of Ghlomchrysa nitidissiuia 
and Grallaria ruficeps, un. spi). 
630 
[Exhibition of a pair of horns oIl Alce- 
laphus tora.l 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 729. 
631 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie during the mouths of Oc- 
tober and November, 1873.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 701, 762. 
632 
[Remarks on a fine head of Alcelaiihus 
tora.~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 762. 
The head is figured iu the text. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Wliitely. Part VII. -* 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 779-78-i. 
A list of 42 species, with tlieir localities, and 
notes on the more interesting examples. The fol- 
lowing species are described as new : Thiyophilus 
fulvus, Tud'irostrum pitlchellum, Tyranniscus viri- 
dis.iiiinis, Myiohius aureiventric, and Grallaria 
erythroleuca. 

*(For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 982; Pt. II, 1808, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 

1868, p. 568; Pt. IV, 186!), p. l.'il; Pt. Y, 

1869, p. 596; Pt. VI, 1873, p. 184; Pt. VIII, 
1874, p. 677; Pt. IX, 1876, p. 15.) 

634 
Note on the ryraruja roseogularis of 
Cabot. 

Ibis, 1873, pp. 125, 126, pi. iii. 
Pyranga roseogularis is remarked upon, charac- 
terized and figured. 

635 
Additions to tbe List of Bird.s of Nicara- 
gua. 

Ibis, 1873, pp. 372, 373. 
A nominal list of 17 species not represented in 
Mr. Thomas Belt's former collection from Nicara- 
gua. 

(See Salviu, Ibis, 1872, p. 311.) 

636 
Notes on Birds ()l)8erved at Para. By 
E. L. Layard. Witli descriptions of two 
new species by P. L. Sclater. 

Ibis, 1873, pp. 374-396, pis. xiv, xv. 
Field notes on 120 species by Mr. E. L. Layard, 
two of which, Fieolaptes layardi&wXThamnophilvs 
simplex, are described as new by Mr. Sclater and 
figured. 

637 

Index to the Ornithological Literature 

of 1872. By P. L. Sclater and O. Finsch. 

Ibis, 1873, pp. 431-493. 

An alphabetical record of the Ornithological 

pulilicatious of 1872, with short abstracts of their 

contents. 

638 

Remarks on Cerviis chUeiisis and Cer- 
vus antisicnsis. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Uist., ser. 4, SI, pp. 
213,214(1873). 
Remarks showing that the animals described 
by Dr. Gray as Iluamela leucotis and Xenelaphns 
anomaloc.era are referable to Cervii.<i chilensis and 
C antisien.ns, respectively. 
(See paper No. 079.) 
639 
The Zoological Collections in the India 
House. 

Nature, VII, pp. 457,458 (1873). 
Remarks on the inaccessibility of the zoologi- 
cal collections in the India House, and sugges- 
tions for properly housing them. 

640 
[Note on the generic term Drepanepho- 
ru8.'\ 

Nature, VIII, p. 192 (1873). 
The generic name Drepanephoni.s, given to a 
new Bird of Paradise at a meeting of the Zoolog- 
ical Society of Loudon, having been preoccupied, 
is changed to Drcpanornis. 

(See also Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 
560 ; Nature, VIII, p. 305.) 



641 
The Huemul. 

Nature, VIII, p. 302 (1873). 
Letter on the Huemul {Cervus chilensis) of 
Chili and Patagonia. 

642 

The new Bird of Paradise. 
Nature, VIII, pp. 305, 306 (1873). 

A description and figure of Drepanorms albcr- 
tisi, with remarks. 

(See also Proc. Zuol. Soc. London, 1873, p. 
560 ; Nature, VIII, p. 192.) 

643 
The new Marine Animal from Wash- 
ington Territory. 

Nature, VIII, pp. 487, 488 (1873). 
Note on Terrillia hlakei, Stearns, a new Polype 
from Barraud's Inlet, Washington Territory, the 
ossified remains of which had been described by 
Dr. (iray as Osteocella septentrionalis. 

(See Scl., Pe2i. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1872, Pt. 
II, p. 140.) 

644 

[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in December, 1873.] 

I'ruc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 1, 2, pi. i. 
Ciconia boyciana is figured. 

645 
On the species of the genus Synallaxis, 
of the family Dendrocolaptidw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 2-28, pis. ii- 

IV. 

A s3'nop9)8 of the species of Synallaxis, together 
with a chronological list of the literature on the 
genus and a table showing the distribution of the 
species. Fiftyeight valid and four doubtful spe- 
cies are enumerated, of whicli the following are 
described as new : S. hypospodia, S. subpudica, S. 
mustelina, Natt. MS., .S'. subcristata and S. hud- 
soni. The following species are figured: S. stieto- 
thorax, S. sciUata, S. kollari, S.candrei, S. subcris- 
tata and S. hyposticta. 

646 
[Exhibition of two skulls of Baird's 
Tapir {Tapinis hairdi) from Mexico.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 89. 
647 
[Exhibition of the horns of a male and 
female Arkar Sheep {Ovis arkar).'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London., 1874, p. 89. 
648 
[Exhibition of a specimen of the Wild 
Ibex of Crete.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 89, 90. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of Londini 
of a stuffed skin of the wild Ibex of Crete, -and 
remarks showing that the species is referable to 
Capra a-yagrus (Pallas) and wot t(i Capra picta, 
Erhardt, as had previously been the case. 

649 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in .lanuary, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, yi. 110. 
650 
[Extract from a letter addressed to Mr. 
Sclater by M. Luigi M. d'Albertis, C. M. 
Z. S., containing an account of a new 
species of Kangaroo {Halmafiirus luctu- 
osus) from New Guinea.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1874, p. 110. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 43 



651 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in February, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Sue. London, 1874, pp. 151, 152. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with notes on the more remark- 
able specimens. Genus euopin, Swinhoe MS., is 
adopted as the name for a new species of Deer. 



On a small collection of Birds from 
Barbados, West Indies. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 174, 175. 
Remarlis on a small collection, consisting of 
specimens in spirit of nine spei'ies, transmitted 
from Barbados by Sir Graham Briggs. 

653 
On Centropsar, an apparently new form 
of the family Icteridw. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 175, 176, pi. 
xxvi. 
Centropsar inirus, sen. ot spec, nov., is de- 
scribed and fignred. Tlie text is illustrated with 
the head, wing and foot of the species. 
(See paper No. 691.) 
654 
[Announcement of the arrival in the 
Society's Menagerie of a Javan Rhinoce- 
ros.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 182, 183, pi. 
xxviii. 
Note on and flgnro of Phinocero.'! nondaieus, a 
specimen of which had been received by the Zoo- 
logical Society of London. 

655 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 206, pi. 

XXXIV. 

Report on the additions to the Zoological Socie- 
ty's Menagerie, of which, among others, Chry- 
.lotis finschi is remarked upon and figured. 

656 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in April, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 247, pi. xlii. 
Halmaturus hictuosiis is figured. 



[Remarks on a Cassowary in the Socie- 
ty's Gardens, received from the Zoolog- 
ical Society of Amsterdam in 1871.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 247, 248. 
Remarks showing that the Cassowary described 
and figured {Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 147, 
pi. ix) under the name of Cafiuarius kaiqii had 
been wrongly determined. The new name Casua- 
rius vjestennanni is proposed lor it. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 

147; 1875, p. 84.) 



[Announcement of the appointment of 
a Naturalist to accompany the Astronom- 
ical Expedition to Kerguelen's Laud.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 248. 

659 
[Exhibition of a skin of Ciconia boyci- 
ana, aud remarks upon its distribution.] 
Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 306, 307. 



[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in May, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 323,324, pl.l. 
Nyctereutes yrucynides is figured. 

661 
[Remarks upon two species of Birds 
from New (juinea, lately described in the 
Society's "Proceedings."] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 419. 
Remarks on Peetes hennetti and Campephaga 
aurulenta, which had been pointed out by Dr. 
Meyer, in a communication to Mr. ScLiter, to be- 
long to li. nigrescens and 0. .sloetii, respectively. 
Mr. Sclater doubts the identification of the former 
species. 

662 
Descriptions of three new sjieciesof the 
genus Synallaxis. 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1874, pp. 445-447, pi. 

Iviii. 
Synallaxis pudibunda, S. graminicola, Jelski 
MS., and ,S'. virgata, .Jelski MS., are described, of 
which the first two mentioned are flgure<l. A 
list of the 10 si)eeies of Synallaxis inhabiting 
central Peru is given. 

663 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in .Tune, July, August, and Sep- 
tember, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 494-496, pi. 
Ixiii. 
Felis servalina is figured. 
664 
[Remarks on some visits recently made 
to several zoological gardens and muse- 
ums in France and Italy.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 496, 497. 
Rem.irks on the more interesting animals ob- 
served during visits to the Jardin des Plantes, 
Paris, and the Museo Uivico at Genoa. 

665 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in October, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 605. 
666 
[Exhibition of an Egg of Pareudiastes 
pacificiis.^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 605, 606. 
667 
On the Black Wolf of Thibet. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 654, 655, 

pl.lxxviii. 
Remarks on the Black Wolf of Thibet, which 
had been previously referred to Lupus lanigersind 
which is here ])roi)Osed to be called Canis niger. 
The animal is figured. 

668 
[Report on theadditicms to the Society's 
Menagerie in November, 1874.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, i)p. 664-666, pi. 
Ixxxii. 
Dasyprocta antillensis is described and figured. 

669 
Remarks upon a donation to the Socie- 
ty's Library of a MS. work on the Birds 
of India, by Col. S. R. Tickell. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 667, 668. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



This work consists of seven small folii) vol- 
umes, with 261 plates of birds (illustiating 27G 
species), descriptions of 448 s])ecies, and 5 plates 
of eggs, containing illustrations of those of 42 
species. 

670 

[List of Humming-Birds obtained by 
Mr. White! J' in High Peru.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 676, 677. 

A nominal list of the species (30 in number) of 
Humming-birds collected by Mr. Whitely in 
Pern, with references to his notes upon them in 
his former papers in the Proceedings. 

67X 
On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. Part VIII.* 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, pp. 677-680, pi. 
Ixxxiv. 
A list of 32 species and their localities, with 
notes on the more interesting species. Notho- 
procta taczanoivskii is described as a new species 
and figured. The six known species of Notho- 
procta are diagnosed. 

*(For Part T see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 982; Pt. II, 1868. p. 173; Pt. Ill, 

1868, p. 568; Pt. IV, 1869, p. 151: Pt. V. 

1869, p. 596; Pt. VI, 1873, p. 184; Pt. VII, 
1873, p. 779; Pt. IX, 1876, p. 15.) 

672 
On the PrionochiJi of British India. 

i6i.s, 1874, pp. 1-3, pi. i. 
Notes on Prionochilus vincens (which is charac 
terized) and P. melanoxanthvs. Both species are 
figured. 

673 
Notice of Pere David's Travels in China. 

iti«, 1874, pp. 167-172. 
An abstract of a memoir published by Pere 
Arniand David in the "Nouvelles Archives du 
Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris," Vol. 
VII, on his travels in China. 

674 
On the Neotropical species of the fam- 
ily Pieroptochidin. 

Ibis, 1874, pp. 189-206, pi. viii. 
A synopsis of the neotropical genera (8 -in 
number) and .spooios (19 in number)^ of the fam- 
ily PteroptdcJiiiJir. with a table of their distribu- 
tion. RIdniicriiptd J'lisca is figured (7J. /whia on 
plate). The liejul of Liosceles thoracicusis figured 
in the text. The genera treated of are : Scytalo- 
23US, Mernlaxis, Ixhinocryx'ta, Liosci'les, Ptero2)to- 
chus, Hylactes, Acroptcrnis and Tripturhinus. 

675 
Dr. A. B. Meyer's Ornithological Dis- 
coveries in New Guinea. 

Ibis, 1874, pp. 416-420. 
A summary of the contents of Dr. Meyer's 
several papers on the ornithological results of his 
expedition to New Gxiinea. 

676 
The Geographical Distribution of Mam- 
mals. 

Science Lectures for the People, No. 5, sixth 
series, Manchester, 1874, jip. 67-84. 
A popular lectuie on the geographical distri- 
bution of mammals delivered in the llulmetown 
hall, Mancliester, on November 25, 1874. 

677 
[Report on tlie additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in December, 1874.] 
Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 1875, p. 1. 



Descriptions of some new species of 
South American Birds. By P. L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 37-39, pi. 

vi. 
Microcercvlus squamulatus, Automolus striati- 
ceps and Tigrisoma salmoni are described, of 
which the first named is figured. A synopsis of 
the four known species of Tigrisoma is given. 
The heads of Tigrisoma fasciatum and T. sal- 
moni are figured in the text. 

679 
[Exhibition of a skin and skull of a 
female Huemul (Cervus c]ii1e)isis) and re- 
marks on the Deer of Chili and western 
Peru.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 44-47. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of a skin and skull of a female, 
and a pair of horns of a male Cervus chilensis, 
with an extract of a communication from Mr. E. 
C. Eeed containing the synonymy of and remarks 
upon Cervus chilensis. C. anti.siensis, O. whitclyi 
and G. peruvianus. The left horn of 0. chilensis 
is figured in the text. 

(See paper No. 638.) 
680 
On some rare Parrots living in the So- 
ciety's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 59-62, pis. 

X, xi. 
The rarer species of parrots living in the Zoo- 
logical Society's Menagerie are enumerated, and 
remarks made upon Vhrgsotis gtiatemake, G. 
boufjKeti, .and the species of the genus Gacatua. 
Cacafiia goffini and Chrysotis bouqueti are figured. 
The feet of Gacatua sanguinea and G. gojjini are 
figured in the text. 

681 

[Eeport on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in January, 1875, and remarks 
on Canis chama.~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 81, 82, pi. 

xvii. 

Ganis chama is remarked upon and figured, .ind 

•attention directed to the other important additions 

to the Zoological Societv's Menagerie in January, 

1875. 

682 

[Exhibition of a drawing of a supposed 
new Rhinoceros from the Terai of Bhoo- 
tan.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 82. 
683 
[Exhibition of a living specimen of the 
Peguan Tree-Shrew ( Tupaia peguana) and 
a Squirrel (Sciurus 'blanfordi).'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 82. 
684 
Further remarks on the Cassowaries 
living in the Society's Gardens and on 
other species of the genus Casuarius. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 84-87, pis. 

xviii-xx. 

Additional notes* on the Cassowaries living in 

the G.ardens of the Zoological Society of London. 

Gasuarius bennetti, G. vestermanni, and G.incti- 

coilis. sp. n., are diagnosed, G. beccarii, sp. n.,i8 

described, and an "Index specierum generis C.as- 

uarii " appended. G.picticollis, G. wcstennanni 

andr. uniiipjicitdiculatus are figured. The head 

and wattles of ('. beccarii are figured in the text. 

'(See also I'roc. Zool, iSoc. Zondon, 1872, p. 

147; 1874, p. 247.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 45 



685 

[Report ou the additions to tlie Society's 
Meuagerie in February, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soe. Lundon, 1875, pp. 156, 157, pi. 
xxvi. 
Chrysotis xantholora is figured. 

686 
On Venezuelan Birds collected T)y Mr. 
A. Goerins. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salviu. Part v.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 234-238, pi. 

XXXV. 

A list of 42 species from Me»ida, not represented 
in Mr. Goering's former collection from tliat local- 
ity, and notes on the more interesting species con- 
tained in both collections ; also a list of 33 species 
(with notes) collected at San Oistoval. Chloro- 
spingus chrysophrys, Buarronon castaneifrons 
and Chloronerpes xanthochloruis are described as 
new species, and the tisiDxe Buarremon inystacalis, 
Tacz., is changed toU. taczanowskii. J3. castanei- 
frons and JS. taczanowskii are figured. 

*(ror Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
18(58, p. 165: Pt. 11,1868, p. 626; Pt. Ill, 
1869, p. 250 ; Pt. IV, 1870, p. 779.) 

687 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in March, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 316. 



[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in April, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 348, 349. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on the skin 
of a cliiclc of a Cassowary.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 349. 

Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of a skin of a chick of a Casso- 
wary, supposed to be that of C. incticollis. 



[Remarks on animals seen during visits 
recently made to several zoological gar- 
dens in Rotterdam, the Hague, Amster- 
dam, Antwerp and Ghent.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1875, pp. 379, 380. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on the 
typical specimen of Centropsar m%rus.'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, i>. 380. 
Note showing that the skin of the typical speci- 
men of Ccntropsar miruK had been "made np," 
and tliat the name mu.st therefore be removed 
from the ornithological category. 
(See paper No. 653.) 



On several rare or little-known Mam- 
mals now or lately living in the Society's 
Collection. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 417-423, pis. 
xlvii-li. 

Remarks on Macac^ls speciosits, M. rheso-similis, 
Ateles melanochir, Hapale mclaiiirra, Cumsfame- 
licus, Procyon cancrivoru.i, and Cemihts iiiicm- 
rus, sp. n. Macacus spieciofixtK, Ateles melanochir 
(2 plates), IJapale inelanura, Cervahis ndcrurun, 
and a. reeve-si, vit., are figured. The species of 
the genus Cervulus are also remarked upon. 



[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in May, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 469. 

694 
[Notice of a Memoir on the Rhinoce- 
roses now or lately living in the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 470. 

695 
[Rejiorton the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 527-530, pis. 
Iviii, lix. 
Casuarius beccarii aiul Gazella granti are fig- 
ured. 

696 
Description of two new species of Birds 
from the State of Antioquia, U. S. C. By 
P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, pp. 541, 542. 
Catharu.1 phceopleurus and Automolus hohmtie- 
tus are described. 



[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in October, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 565. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on the 
upper horn of a two-horned Rhinoceros 
from the vallej^ of the Brahmapootra.] 

Proc. Zocl. Soc. London, 1875, p. 566. 



[Remarks on the female plumage of 
Pauxis galeata.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 566. 



[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagei'ie in November, 1875.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 633. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on a skin 
of Riipocolius ampeUnus, Bji.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 633. 



Synopsis of the species of the subfamily 
Diglossinw. 

Ibis, 1875, pp. 204-221, pis. iv, v. 

A synopsis of the 15 known species of the sub- 
family Diglosslnce, with a table showing their 
geographical distribution. Bonaparte's name 
Agrilorhinus is emended to Anci/lnrhinris. and Z)t- 
glossa pectoralis and D. albilateralis ( cT and $ ) are 
figured. The genera treated of are Diglossa and 
Diglossopis. 

703 
On Tiirdiis javanicus of Horsfield and 
its allied form, Tiirdus schlegeU. 
Ibis. 1875, pp. 344-347, pi. viii. 
Kemarks on Turdvs javanictts and T. schlegeli, 
with their synonyms. The former species is 
figured. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Remarks on the species of the Tana- 
grine genus Chlorochrysa, 
Ibis, 1875, pp. 46JU467, pi. x. 

A review of the three species of the genus Chlo- 
rochrysa, viz, C. call'q)aria, C. phoenicotis and C. 
nitidisxiina. The last-named species is figured. 

705 
On the Curassows now or lately living 
in the Society's Gardens. 

Trans. Znol. Soc. London, IX, pp. 273-288' 
pis. xl-liii (1875). 
A synopsis of the species of Curassows, and 
lists of the specimens now or lately living in the 
Gardens of the Zoological Society of London. The 
generic name rauxi is emended to PauxU, and 
Crax viridirostris is described as a new species. 
The following species are figured : Crax globicera 
CcC,?), C. daubent07ii id,?), O. aleetor (d",?), 
C. sclateri ( cf, ? ), O. globulosa ( cf, 9 ), C. cani.ncu- 
lata (d",?), O. alberti (d",$), C. incommoda f?), 
Nothocrax iirumutum, Mitua tuherosa, M. tornen- 
tosa, Fauxi galcata, and i'. galeata var. rubra. 

(See also Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 
543, 1879.) 

706 
Cassowaries. 

Nature, XJI, pp. 516, 517 (1875). 
A review of the genus Casuarivs. The nine 
known species are enumerated and remarked 
upon. 

707 

On the Distribution of the Species of 
Cassowaries. 

Jiep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1874, pt. 2, p. 138 
(1875). 
Abstract of a paper read before the Belfast 
meeting of the British Association for the Ad- 
vancement of Science, on tlie systematic position 
of Casiiarivs and on the characters and distribu- 
tion of the known species (seven in number) con- 
tained in the genus. 

708 
Fruit-eating Snakes. 
Zoologist, 1875, p. 4574. 
Note pointing out that the East Indian snake, 
Acroehordns javanicus, is commonly supposed to 
feed on fruit. 

709 
Descriptive list of the Cassowaries. 

Zoologist, 1875, pp. 4685-4688. 
Description of and remarks on the nine known 
species of the genus Oasuarius. 

710 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1875.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 1. 
711 
On some additional species of Birds 
from St. Lucia, West India Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1876, np. 13, 14, pi. ii. 
A list of eight species not represented in the 
two previous collections* from St. Lucia, with 
their local names. Tliryothorus mesolencus, sp. n., 
a,ndLeuco}}ezasemperi, gen. ot sp. n., are described. 
The latter is figured. 

*(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 
263; 1872, p. 647.) 

712 
On Peruvian Birds collected by Mr. 
Whitely. By P. L. Sclater and (')sbert 
Salvin. Part IX.* 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 15-19, pi. iii. 



A list of 65 species, with their localities, and 
notes on the more interesting species. Thamno- 
2)hilus melanchrous and Cohimba albipennis are 
described as new. The former is figured. 

* (For Part I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1867, p. 982; rt. II, 1868, p. 173; Pt. Ill, 
186S, p. 568 ; Pt. IT, 1869, p. 151 ; Pt. V, 1869, 
p. 596; Pt. VI, 1873, p. 184; Pt. VII, 1873, 
p. 779; Pt. VIII, 1874, p. 677.) 

713 
[Extract from a Report of the visit of 
H. M. S. Feierel to the Galapagos Islands.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, ISIG, pp. 178, 179. 
714 
[Exhibition of and remarks on an ant- 
ler of a Rusa Deer.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 179, 180. 
715 
Descriptions of new Birds obtained by 
Mr. C. Buckley in Bolivia. By P. L. Scla- 
ter and Osbert Salviu. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 253, 254. 
The following four species are described : Dig- 
lossa glauca, Bxtarreuum melanops, Leptopogon- 
triitis and JB.ypoxa)ithus atrice2]S. 

716 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1876.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 254, 255. 
717 
[Exhibition of and remarks on a new 
Parrot {ConnrKs illigeri) belonging to the 
Museum of NeuchAtel.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 255, 256. 
Ara couloni (Comtrvs illigeri, Tschudi) is de 
scribed as a new species. The head is figured in 
the text. 

718 
Notes on some of the Blue Crows of 
America. By P. L. Sclater and Osbert 
Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 268-272. 
Notes on, and the synonymy of, the seven spe- 
cies of t lie genus Cyanocitta, of which G. germana 
is described as new. 

719 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1876.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 278, 274. 
Lophotragus michlanus, (f, is figured in the 
text. 

720 
[Exhibition of and remarks on the 
skin of a female of Anderson's Pheasant.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 274. 
It is here pointed out that Phasiamis craicfurd- 
ii, as described by Ur. Gray, is the female of 
Euplocamus andersoni, Ulliot, and that the spe- 
cies should strictly be called Euplocamus craw- 
furdi. 

721 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
series of skins of tlie Parrots of the Fiji 
Islands, obtained by Mr. E. L. Layard, 
F. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 307, 308. 
Skins of Pjirrliiihijigi.f atrigidaris. P. taviiinensis, 
J', ijdcndi'ns and /'. prrKnnata were exhibited to a 
nieetiiig of the Zoological Society of London, and 
remarked upon. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER, 47 



[Report on the .idditions to the Socie- 
tj^'s Menagerie in March, 1876.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 332, 333, pi. 

Reporti on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with notea on the more inter- 
esting species. Polyborus tharus, var., is figured. 



On new species of Bolivian Birds. By 
P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zcol. Soc. London 1876, pp. 352-358, pis. 

* xxx-xxsiii. 

The genus Malacothravpis and the following 
new species are described : Cathartts mentalis, 
Basileuterus euophrys, Malacutliraupis denta- 
ta, Calliste ptmctulata, C. fnlvicervix, C. argy- 
rofenyes, Chlorospingus calophrys, Cyanocorax 
nUjricepft, Ochthodiceta fuscfimfun, Ochthoeca pul- 
chella, Anceretes flavirostris, Lathria uropygialis, 
Grallaria erythrotis, Thamnophilus subfasciatus 
and Asttirina saturata. Chirocylla is proposed as 
a new generic name for Lathria uropygialis. Fig- 
ures are given of the following species : Callute 
fulvicervix, C. argyrofenges, Malacothraupis den- 
tata, Lathria uropygialis, and Thamnophilus sub- 
fasciatus (cT,?). The head, wing and foot of 
Malacuthraupis dentata, and the wing of Lathria 
uropygialis, are figured in the text. 

724 
A Revision of the Neotropical Anatidce. 
By P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 358-412, pi. 

xxxiv. 
A revision of the neotropical Anatidce, includ- 
ing general remarks on the family, a synopsis of 
the species (62 in number), and a table of their 
geographical distribution, with notes thereon. 
Querqxiedula andium is figured. The male and 
female of hybrids between Bemicla dispar and 
B.magellanica are figured in the text. The fol- 
lowing are the genera treated of: Anser, Bemicla, 
Chenalopex, Cygnus, Dendrocygna, Sarcidiornis, 
Cairina, Anas, Heteronetta, ^uerquedula, Dafila, 
Mareca, Spatula, Aix, Metopiana, Fuligula, Clan- 
gula,(Edeniia, lachyeres, Erismatura, Merganetta 
and Mergus. 

725 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1876, and remarks 
on the Cassowaries in the Society's col- 
lection.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 413, 414, pi. 

XXXV. 

Report on the additions to the Zoological Socie- 
ty's Menagerie, with special reference to a collec- 
tion from Angola brought home by Lieut. V. E. 
Cameron. Oolius castanonotus is &gvired. A list 
of the Cassowariesliviugin the Society's Gardens 
is given. 

726 
[Extracts from several letters addressed 
to Mr. Sclater by Dr. G. Bennett, F. Z. S., 
referring to the proceedings of Mr. L. M. 
D'Albertis, C. M. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 414. 

727 
[Exhibition of a rare Pacific Parrot, 
Coriphilu8 ktihli, and remarks on its hab- 
itat.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 421, 422. 



728 
On the Birds collected by Dr. Comrie 
on the southeast coast of New Guinea 
during the survey of H. M. S. Uasilisk. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 459-461, pis. 
xlii, xliii. 
A list of 11 spei'ies, with remarks upon them. 
JFanucodia comrii is described as new and figured. 
Megapodviis macgilliv raii is also figured. 

729 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1876, and list of 
Indian animals deposited by H. R. H. the 
Prince of Wales.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 462-464. 
730 
[Exhibition of Land Crabs from Ascen- 
sion Island, j>re8euted by Dr. S. B. Drew.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 464, 465. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London, of specimens of Geocarciniis lagos- 
toma, with an extract from a letter from Dr. 
Drew containing remarks upon them. 

731 
[Exhibition of and remarks on the 
skins of a male and female Pheasant 
{Lobiophasis hulweri).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 465, pi. xliv. 
Exhibition, to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of tlie skins of the male and 
female of Lubiophasis bulweri, with the charac- 
ters of the female. Both male and female are 
figured. 

732 

[Exhibition of a drawing of a Fruit- 
Pigeon, apparently belonging to Carpo- 
phaga paidina, living in the Society's 
Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1876, p. 519. 
733 
[Exhibition of a collection of Birds 
received from Siguor L. M. D'Albertis, 
and descriptions of two new Parrots.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. iondon, 1876, pp.519, 520, pi 

liv. 

Trichoglossus subplacens and Cyclopsitta suav- 
issima are described. The latter is figured. 

734 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
and September, 1876.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, pp. 693-696, pis. 

Ixvi-lxviii. 
Eeport on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with remarks on the most 
noticeable species. Cnrvus cajicllanus (described 
as a new species), Sarcidiornis inelanonota and 
;S'. carunculata are figured. Cervulus inicrurus 
(described in Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 422) 
is pointed out to be referable to C. reevesi. 

735 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1876.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 751. 
736 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of a young Rhinoceros from the 
Sunderbunds.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 751. 



48 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



[Report on the additious to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1876.] 

Proc. Zuol. Soe. London, 1870, pp. 775, 776. 
738 
Ornithological Notes from Constanti- 
nople. By P. L. Sclater and E. C. Taylor. 
Ibis, 1876, pp. 60-G5. 
Notes on the birds observed during a short visit 
to Coustautinoplo in September .lud October, 1875. 

739 
On recent Ornithological Progress in 
New Gninea. 

Ibiis, 1S76, pp. 243-259. 
A r6suin6 of the contributions to the ornitho- 
logical literature of Kew Guinea. 
(See also Ibin, 1876, p. 357.) 

740 
Further Ornithological News from New 
Guinea. 

Ibis, 1876, pp. 357-364. 
Additional notes on the contributions to the 
literature on the New Guinea avifauna. 
(See also Ibis, 1876, p. 243.) 

741 
Description of a new Tanager of the 
genus Calliste, and remarks on other re- 
cently discovered species. 

Ibis, 1876, pp. 407-410, pi. xii. 

Calliste mclayiotis is described and figured and 
remarks made on some other sjiecies of the genus 
Calliste. C. cyanotis is figured also. 

742 
On the Rhinoceroses now or lately liv- 
ing in the Society's Menagerie. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, pp. 645-660, 
pbi. xcv-xcix (1876). 

The following species_ are remarked upon and 
figured : Jihinoceros unicornis, li. sondaicus, 1{. 
stmiatrensis, li. lasiotis and M. bicornis. The ex- 
amples of Ehinoceroses living in the Zoological 
Society's Menagerie from 1834-1875 are enume- 
rated. The text is illustrated. 

743 

On the present state of our knowledge 
of Geographical Zoology. Address deliv- 
ered to the lUological Section of the Brit- 
ish Association, at Bristol, August 25, 
1875. 

Hep. Slit. Assoc. Adv. Sci. , 1875, Pt. II, pp. 

85-133. [Also sei^arately printed.] 
The presidential address to the Biological 
Section of the British Association, at Bristol, 
1875, being a review of the distribution of the 
teriestrial members of the vertebrate subking- 
doni of animals over the earth's surface, wJiich 
is divided into seven divisions. Each division is 
remaiked upon and the works relating thereto 
enumerated. 

744 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie m December, 1876.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 1, 2. 
745 
Descriptions of eight new species of 
South American Birds. By P. L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salviii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 18-22, pi. i. 



The following species are described : Eitphonia 
finschi, Pheucticus crissalis, Ochthoeca leucometupa, 
<>. arcnacia, Chloronerpes dignus, Celeus subflavus, 
Charncepelia buckleyi and Crax erythrognatha. 
Chloronerpes dignus is figured. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
collection of Mammals, Birds, and In- 
sects formed by the Rev. George Brown, 
C. M. Z. S., in Duke of York Island, New 
Britain, and New Ireland.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877. p. 28. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. Lmuhni. 1877, p. 96; 

1878, pp. 289, 670; 1879, p. 440; 188,i, p. 65.r 

747 
[Report on the additious to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January 1877.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 42. 
748 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
original and unique specimen of Manu- 
codia comrii.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 43. 
749 
Notice of an apparently new species of 
Spur-winged Goose of the genus Plectrop- 
terits. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 47, 48, pi. 
vii. 
Description and figure of Plcctropterus niger, 
with remarks. 

750 

On the Birds collected by Mr. George 
Brown, C. M. Z. S., on Duke of York 
Island, and on the adjoining parts of New 
Ireland and New Britain. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 96-114, pis. 

xiv-xvi. 
Remarks on ^[r. George Brown's collection of 
birds, with an annotated list of the 70 species con- 
tained in it. The following 10 species are de- 
scribed as new: Monarcha verticalis, Artainus in- 
signis, Dicrurus Icemo-stictus, Dicceum eximiiim, 
Philemon cockerelli, Tanysiptera nignceps, Lori- 
culus tener, Ninox odiosa, Macropygia broivni, .ind 
Phlogoenas johannce. Monarcha melanonotus is 
proposed as a new name for the New Guinea spe- 
cies of Monarcha, which is commonly assigned to 
M. chrysomelas. Monarcha verticalis, Dicceuniex- 
■iiiiimn, li rtam'usinsignis, auA Phlogoenas johannce 
are figured. A figure of the head of CEdirhinus 
insolitns, and an outline map of the Duke of York 
Island, New Britain and New Ireland, a.re given 
in the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 28; 

3878, pp.289, 670; 1879, p. 446; 1880, p. 65.) 

751 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 159, 160. 
752 
[Remarks upon a two-horned Rhinoce- 
ros killed in 1S76 near Comillah, in Tip- 
perah, and on a living specimen of I\hi- 
noceros sotidaicus from the Sunderbaus.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877. pp. 2G9, 270. 
753 
[Exhibition of a small living Amphis- 
ba'uian {Blainis ciitereiis).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Limdon, 1877, p. 270. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 49 



754 
[Report ou the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Meuagerie in March, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1S77, p. 3(13. 
755 
[Exhibition of and reniarl<s ou young 
Anacondas, which had been produced 
dead in the Society's Menagerie.] 
Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 303. 
756 

[Remarks upon two Large photographs 
of the young Gorilla now living in Ber- 
lin,-?ind on an example of the Gorilla for- 
merly living in England.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 303, 304, pi. 

XXXV. 

Troglodytes (jorilla is figured. 

757 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in April, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 418, 419. 
758 
[Remarks on the Zoological Gardens of 
Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brus- 
sels, and Ghent, lately visited by Mr. 
Sclater.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 4]9. 
759 
Descriptions of six new species of 
South American Birds. By P. L. Sclater 
and Usbert Salvin. 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 521-523, pi. 
Hi. 
The following species are described : Basileu- 
terns castaneiceps, Euphonia insignis, Chlorospin- 
gus phceocephalus, Todirostrum ruflgene, Lathria 
cryptolopha, and Fuligula nationi.* Euphonia in- 
signis and Chlorospingus phceocephalus are figured. 
*(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 
477.) 

760 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 530-532, 

pi. Iv. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's collection, with remarks on the more 
noticeable species. An apparently new species of 
Cheetah, to which the temporary name Felis 
lanea* is applied, is figured. Mmiis tricuspis is 
figured in the test. 

*(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 

655; 1884, p. 476.) 

761 
Reports ou the collections of Birds 
made during the voyage of H. M. S. 
Glialleuger. No. I. General remarks on 
the collections. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 534, 535. 
General remarks on the collections of birds 
made during the voyage of the Challenger. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1817, p. 

551; 1878, pp. 346, 431,570,650.) 

762 
Reports on the collections of Birds 
made during the voyage of H. M. S. 
Challenger. No. III. On the Birds of 
the Admiralty Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 551-557. 

415— No. 49 4 



An annotated list of 27 species, of which the 
following are described as new : Rhipidura semi- 
rvhra. Miniarcha iiifi'li.r, Phileittim albitorques, 
Mjizmiiela pauiiiicla'iia, Carpupliaga rliodinolcema, 
Ptilupusjohannis and Mi'ijapodins riibrifruns. 

(See also I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877. p. 
534; 1878, pp. 346,431,576,650.) 



[Reports on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London,l8n, pp. 679-683, pis. 
Ixx, Ixxi. 

Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's collection, with notes on the most inter- 
esting species, of which Hylobates leucogenys and 
Paradoxurus prehen.iilis are figured. The heajl 
of Cervus schomburgki is figured in the text. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1877.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 7-54. 

765 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1877.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 805, 806, pi. 
ixxxi. 

Canis jubatits is figured. 



Note on the South American Song Spar- 
rows. 

Ibis, 1877, pp. 46-48, pi. i. 
Notes on the species of the genus Zonotrichia, 
with their distribution. Z. canicapilla and Z. 
strigiceps are figured. 

767 
On the Nesting of the Spoonbill in Hol- 
land. By P. L. Sclater and W. A. Forbes. 

iMs, 1877, pp. 412-416. 
An account of a visit to the nesting place of 
Platalea leucorodia in the Horster Meer, Holland. 



Description of two new Ant Birds of 
the genus Grallaria, with a list of the 
known species of the genus. 

Ibis, 1877, pp. 437-451, pis. viii, ix. 

Grallaria haplonota and G. flavotincta are de- 
scribed, and a synopsis of the species (27 in num- 
ber) of the genus Grallaria is given. G. ruficeps 
and G . Jiavotincta are figured. 

769 
On a recent addition to the species of 
the genus Lorieiilus. 

Rowley's Ornithological Miscellany, II, pp. 

375-377, pi. Ixxii (1877). 
Remarks on the ditt'erences between Loriculus 
tener and L. aurantiifrons. Both species are fig- 
ured. 

770 
On the American Parrots of the genus 
Pionus. 

Rowley's Ornithological Miscellany, III, pp. 

5-9, pis. Ixxx, Ixxxi (1877). 

An arrangement of the nine species of the 

genus Pionus, with remarks and a table showing 

their geographical distribution. Pionus coralli- 

nus and P. tunmltuosus are figured. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



771 

Remarks on the new Monotreine from 

New Guinea. 

Nature, XV, pp. 257, 258 (1877). 

Eeniarks on tho new mammal described by 
Messrs. "W. Peter.s and G. Doria as Tachyglosstis 
bruijini. The text is illustrated with the skulls 
of T.hruijmi and one of the Australian species 
of Tachyglossus. 

772 

The Development of Batrachiaus with- 
out Metamorphosis. 

Nature, XV, pp. 491, 492 (1877). 

Notes on the development of bairachians witli- 
oiit metamorphosis, which is shown, in a commu- 
nication by Dr. Peters to the Koyal Academy of 
Sciences, 13erlln, to have taken place in Hylodes 
inartinicensis. The egg, young, and adult of Hylo- 
des martinicensis are ligured in the text. 

773 
[Eeport on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1877.] 
Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1878, p. 1. 
774 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1878.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 115, 116. 
775 
On the collection of Birds made by 
Professor Steere in South America. By 
P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 135-142,pls. 
xi-xiii. 
Remarks on 22 rare or little-known species con- 
tained in a collection of 362 species made by 
Professor Steere during a journey across South 
America. The following new specie.s are de- 
scribed : Oryzohorus atrirostris, Myiarchus semi- 
ruftis, Furnarivs pileatus, Cajnto stcerii, and 
Crypturus transfasciatus. Myiarchus semirufus, 
Capito gteerii and Crypturus transfasciatus are 
figured. 

776 
[Exhibition of and i-emarks upon a 
skin of a Cassowary in the collection of 
the British Museum.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 212-214 
Kemarks on Casuarius salvadorii, with a figure 
of its head in the text. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1878.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 289. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on a sec- 
ond collection of Birds from Duke of 
York Island, New Britain, and New Ire- 
land, received from the Rev. G. Brown, 
C. M. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 289, 290, 
Twenty-three species are enumerated and re- 
marks made upon some of them. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 

28,96; 1878, p. 670; 1879, p. 446; 1880, p. 65.) 



[Exhibiti<m of and remarks upon the 
typical .specimen of Xinox solomoiii.'i, 
Sharpe.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1878, ]>. 29(1. 



[Exhibitiou of a Coot, probably the 
typical specimen of Fulica <jaUinuloides.'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 291. 
781 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
tyxjical specimen of Dicrurus marginatus 
of Blyth.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 339. 
782 
Reports on the collections of Birds 
made during the vovage of H. M. S. Chal- 
lenger. No. VIII. On the Birds o§ the 
Saudwich Islands. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 346-351. 
Thirteen species are enumerated and remarked 
upon. Anas wyvilliana is described as new. , 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 
531, 5.55 ; 1878, pp. 431, 576, 650.) 

783 

[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in March, 1878.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 377-379, 
Report on the additions to the Zoological Soei- 
etj''s Gardens, with remarks on the more interest- 
ing species. A list of the Bears living in the 
Menagerie is given, and the breeding of the Ana- 
conda (Eunectes inurinus) in the Society's reptile 
house is recorded. 

784 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
typical specimen of a new Fox {Vulpes 
cana, Blanford).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 392. 
The diSerences between Tulpes cana and Canis 
famelicus are pointed out. The dimensions of the 
former animal are given. 

785 
Reports on the collections of Birds made 
during the voyage of H. M. S. Clial- 
leiifjer. No. IX. On the Birds of Ant- 
arctic America. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 431-438. 
A catalogue of 41 species, with notes upon 
them. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1877, pp. 
534,551; 1878, p. 346, 576, 650.) 

786 
' Descriptions of three new .species of 
Birds from Ecuador. By P. L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 438-440, pis. 

xxvii, xxviii. 
B\iarremon leucopis. Neomorphus radiolosus 
and A raniides caloptei-us axe (le»crihc'A. The last 
two mentioned are figured. 

787 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in April, 1878.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 441. 
788 
Further remarks on Fulif/ula nationi. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 477-479, pi, 

xxxii. 
FuUgula nationi. is characterized and figured. 
The trachea of this duck is also figured in the 
text and remarked upon. 

(Scealso TrocZooZ. Soc. London, 1877, p. 522.) 



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51 



789 I 

Reports ou the collections of Birds 
made during the voyage of H. M. S. 
ChalleiKjer. No. X. " On the Birds of 
the Atlantic Islands and Kerguelen's 
Land, and on the miscellaneous collec- 
tions. 

rroc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 576-579. 
A resume of the contents of several of the col- 
lections of tlio Challenger expedition. 

(See also Piuc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 

534, 551 ; 1878, pp. 346, 431, 050.) 



[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in May, 1878, and remarks 
ou Tapiriis roiilini.l 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. G31, 632, pi. 
xxxix. 
lieport on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Gardens, with notes on the more remarka- 
ble specimens. Tctpirus roulini is figured. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
young specimen of Temminck's Mauis 
{Manis temmincbi) from Zanzibar.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 032, 633. 



[Remarks upon the living examples of 
Cicovia magtiari and Ciconia episcopus 
now in the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 633. 

Notes on the mimicry of the rectricea by the 
elongated upper tail-coverts in Ciconia maguari 
and C. episcopus. It is also shown that the ge- 
neric name JEuxeniira should give place to Dissura. 

793 
Reports on the collections of Birds 
made daring the voyage of H. M. S. Chal- 
h')i(/er. No. XI. On the Steganopodes 
and Impennes. By P. L. Sclater and Os- 
bert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 050-655. 
Notes on nine species of Steganopodes and six 
species of Impennes. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 
534, 551 ; 1878. pp. 346, 431, 576.) 

794 
[Note OU a second specimen of Felis 
lanea.'^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 655, 656. 
Extract from a letter from Mr. E. L. Layard in- 
timating the existence of an example of Felis lanea 
in the .South African JVIuseum. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 530 ; 
1884, p. 476.) 

795 
[Notice of a supi)lementary memoir on 
the Curassows {Cr<ieidw).~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 656. 
796 
On a third collection of Birds made by 
the Rev. G. Brown, C. M. Z. S., in the 
Duke of York Group of Islands and its 
vicinity. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878 pp. 670-673, pi. 
xlii. 

A tabular list of 30 species, with their localities 
and remarks upon the more interesting species. 



Caypopha<ja melanochroa is described as new and 

figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1877. pp. 28, 
96; 1878. p. 289; 1879, p. 446; 1880, p. 65.) 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
September, and October, 1878.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 788-791. 



[Notice of some hybrid Monkeys lately 
born in the Society's Menagerie.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 791. 
Notes ou hybrids between Macacns cynoniolgus, 
cf, and Cercocebus fuliginosun, $, and Macacns 
cynomolyv^, J, and Cynocephahis mormon. 9, 
born in the Menagerie of the Zoological Society 
of London. 

799 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of Saxicola stapazina killed in 
Lancashire.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 881. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 

977.) 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1878.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, pp. 975, 976, pi. 
Ixi. 
Ara spixi is figured. 



[Further remarks ou the occurrence of 
Saxicola siajjazina in Lancashire.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 977. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1878, p. 
881.) 

802 

[Notice of an error in the last part of 
the Society's Proceedings.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 977. 
A correction of an error which had taken place 
in the " Proceedings ' (1878, p. 637) with reference 
to a collection of butterflies from Billitou. 



Revision of the species of the Cotingine 
genus Fipreola. 

Ibis, 1878, pp. 164-173, pi. vi. 

Swainson's name, Pipreola, for the green Cotin- 
gas is adopted, and synonyms of the genus 
given, together with a synopsis of the species, of 
which nine are enumerated. Pipreola Jrontalis 
is figured. 

804 

Preliminary remarks on the Neotrop- 
ical Pipits. 

Ibis, 1878, pp. 350-367, pi. x. 

A review of the American species of the genus 
Anthus. Six species" are enumerated, of which 
A. nattereri is described as new and figured. The 
text is illustrated. 

805 
Note on the Breeding of the Sacred 
Ibis in the Zoological Society's Gardens. 
Ibis, 1878, pp. 449-451, pi. xii. 
Observations on the breeding of Ibis cvthiopica 
in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of Lon- 
don. The young bird and egg are figured. 



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Zoological Distribution and some of its 
difficulties. 

Proc. Hoy. Inst. Grt. Brit., VIII, pp. 511-513 

(1878). 
An abstract of a lecture delivered before the 
Royal Institution of Great Britain on zoological 
distribution. The characteristic species of each 
zoological area are treated of, and some of the spe- 
cies with abnormal distribution enumerated and 
remarked upon. 

807 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1878.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 2. 



[Report on the additions to tlie Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1879.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 108. 
809 
[Remarks upon and diagnosis of Mitua 
salvini, the new Curassow.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 108, 109. 
Extract from a letter from Professor Eeinhardt 
containing remarks on Mitua saloini. The spe- 
cies is diagnosed by Mr. Sclater. 

810 
On the Breeding of the Argus Pheas- 
ant and other Phasianidce in the Society's 
Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 114-118, pis. 

vii, viii. 
Report on the breeding of several species of 
Phasianidce in the Zoological Society's Gardens. 
Argus giganteus, cf pull., and the eggs of the fol- 
lowing species are figured: Argus giganteus, 
Polyplectron chinquis, Ceriornis temmincki, C. 
satyra, and Crossoptilon mantchuricum. 

811 
[Exhibition and description of a new 
Humming-Bird, Thaumasins taczanowsMi, 
from northern Peru.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 145, 146. 
Thauma.nus taczanowskii is described. The 
generic name Thaumatius is emended to Thau- 
masins. 

812 
[Exhibition of a living Amphisbaenian 
from Monte Video.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 14G. 
A species apparently referable to Amphisbcena 
darwini. 

813 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1879.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 218. 
814 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon two 
rare Fruit Pigeons.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 218. 
Garpo2}haga van-wicki ,ind O. rhodinolcema were 
exhibited to a meeting of the Zoological Societj- 
of London and remarked upon. 

815 
[Remarks upon the Japanese Deer ( Cer- 
vus sika).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 294. 
On the Japanese deer (Cervu.i sika) breeding in 
captivity, with extracts from a letter from Lord 
Powersconrt containing remarks upon them. 



816 
Remarks on some Parrots living in the 
Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 299-301, pi. 
xxviii. 

Report on the collection of parrots in the Zoo- 
logical Society's Menagerie, with remarks on the 
following species : Brotogerys tuipara, B. chrysop- 
tera, Palceorniscyanoccphahis, P. rosa, P.fa,sciatus, 
and Caicaxanthomera. The last-mentioned species 
is tigured. 

817 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in Marcli, 1879.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 308. 
818 
[Exhibition of the Eggs collected by 
the naturalists of the ChaUencjer Expedi- 
tion.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 309-311. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a series" of 250 eggs referable to 
about 50 species, which are enumerated, with their 
localities. 

819 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1879.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 384. 
820 
[Report on the dimensions and weights 
of the Indian Elephants.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 385. 

The dimensions and weights of the four Indian 
elephants living in the Zoological Society's Me- 
nagerie are given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 

450; 1883, p. 465.) 

821 
[Remarks on the Zoological Gardens of 
Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Cologne, Frank- 
furt, and Antwerp.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 438. 
Remarks on the interesting animals and other 
objects observed during a visit to the above- 
mentioned gardens. 

822 

On a fourth collection of Birds made 
by the Rev. G. Brown, C. M. Z. S., on 
Duke of York Island and its vicinity. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 446-451, pis. 

xx?tvi, xsxvii. 
A list of 41 species, with remarks on the more 
interesting ones. Graucalus .sublineatus, Myzo- 
mela cincracea, Dondcicola (emend, ex Donacola, 
Gould) spectabilis, and Muniaforhesi are described 
as new species and figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, pp. 

28, 96; 1878, pp. 289, 670; 1880, p. 65.) 

823 

[Remarks on two volumes of original 
drawings of the Birds of India, by Brig. 
Gen. A. C. M'Master.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 460. 
The two volumes contain about 270 figures of 
the birds of India, and are deposited in the Zoo- 
logical Society's library. 

824 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
collection of Birds from the Argentine 
Republic] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1879, pp. 460, 461. 



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Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of a collection consisting of nine 
species of birds from Argentina Boring's MS. 
vnme. rhacellodowus sibilatrix, is adopted as the 
name of a new species. 

825 

On tbe Birds collected by tlie late Mr. 
T. K. Salmon in tho State of Antioquia, 
United States of Colombia. By P. L. 
Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1879, pp. 486-550, pis. 
xli-xliii. 

An account of Mr Salmon s collections and the 
localities in which they were made, and a sum- 
mary of the previous literature on the avifauna 
of Colombia. The collections (eight in number) 
consisted of about 3,500 specimens, referable to 
468 species, which are enumerated and remarked 
upon The following new species are described: 
Cyphorhimis dichroii.t. Buarremon elcenprorus, A u- 
tomolus ignobihs. Girtllana mfo-cinerea, and Bra- 
chygalba salmoiii. Ci/jiliorhluus dichrous and the 
eggs of several species are figured A map show- 
ing Mr. Salmon's collecting stations is also given. 

826 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1879.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp 550 551, pi. 
xliv. 
Nymphicus cornutus is figured 

827 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of Ara f/lauca.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 551. 
828 
On the Birds collected in Bolivia by 
Mr, C. Buckley. By P. L. Sclater and 
Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 588-645. 
A complete list of Mr. Buckley s two collec« 
tions, consisting of 700 skins. reteral)le to 501 
species, with an account of the previous authori- 
ties on the avifauna of Bolivia. Si/itallaxis rufi- 
pennis and LeptojJtila meguliira are described as 
new species. 

829 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagtn'ie in June, Jnly, August, 
and September, 1879.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 663, 664. 
830 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1879 ] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 713. 
831 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1879.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, pp. 763, 764. 
832 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
small collection of Birds from the island 
of Montserrat, West Indies.] 

Proc. Zool. S«c. London, 1879, pp. 764, 765. 

A nominal list of 17 species, with their local 
names. 

833 

Note on the American Crows of the 
subgenus Xanthura. 
Ibis, 1879, pp 87-89. 

Remarks on the synonymy and distribution of 
the species of Xanthura. ' 



On recent additions to our knowledge 
of the Avifauna of the Sandwich Islands. 

Ibis, 1879, pp. 89-92, pi. ii. 
A summary of the contributions to the ornitho- 
logical literature of the Sandwich Islands. Lox- 
ioides bailleui is figured, and a list is given of the 
23 known species peculiar to these islands. 



Note on the name of the Purple Water 
Hen of southwestern Europe. 
Ibis, 1879, pp. 195, 196. 

Remarks showing that the specific name ^'vet- 
erxim," used by authors for the Purple Water 
Hen, can not stand, and that this species should 
be called Porphyrio ccerulcus. 

836 
Remarks on the Nomenclature of the 
British Owls, and on the arrangement of 
the Order Striges. 

Ibis, 1879, pp. 346-352. 
An examination of the nomenclature of the 
British Strigtdce, vfith remarks on the principal 
divisions of the order Striges. 

837 

The generic name Eucjicetes. 

Ibis, 1879, p. 388, 
The name Euchcetes, Scl., having been previous- 
ly used in entomology, it is here proposed to 
change it to Calochcetes. 

838 
Descriptions of some new Tauagers of 
the genus Buarremon. By P, L. Sclater 
and Osbert Salvin. 

/iis, 1879, pp. 425-427. 

The following species are described : Buarre- 
mon melanolcenms, B. spodionotus, B. comptus, 
and B.inornaius. B. latinuehus and B. melano- 
Icenius are figured. 

839 
Supplementary notes on the Curassows 
now or lately living in the Society's Gar- 
dens. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 543-546, pis. 
lxxxix-xcv(1879). 
Supplementary notes to a former communica- 
tion on the Caras.sows (cf. Trans. Zool. Soc. Lnn 
don, IX, p. 273, 1875). The following species 
are remarked upon and figured : Crax globicera, 
C. erytnrognatha, C. globulosa, C. viridirostris, O. 
inco)nmoda, Nothocrax urumutum and Mitua sal- 
vini. 

840 
The Exploration of Socotra. 
NaturcXXI, p. 153 (1879). 

An advertisement for a naturalist to visit So- 
cotra. 

841 

Monkeys in the West Indies. 

Nature, XXI, p. 153 (1879). 

Letter on the existence of monkeys in the "West 
Indies. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 79; 
Nature, XLI, p. 368 (1890.) 

842 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in December, 1879, and 



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remarks upon two rare species of Chrys- 
otis.'\ 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, pp. 22, 23, pi. ii. 
ChrysoUs bodini and C . erythrura are remarked 
upon. The latter is figured. 

843 
[Exhibition of an Egg of the Moornk 
(Casuarius bennetti).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 27. 
844 
Remarks on some species of the genus 
Tyratinns. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1880, pp 28-30, pi. iii. 
A conimentai-y of Mr. Ilidgway's paper on the 

feiuis Tyrannus {Proc. V. S. Nat. Mus., I, p. 166). 
yrannus niveigularis is figured. The text is 
illustrated. 

845 

On a fifth collection of Birds made by 
the Rev. G. Brown, C. M. Z. S., on the 
Duke of York Island and its vicinity. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, pp. 65-67, pis. 

vi-viii. 
A list of 13 species, of which the folio-wing are 
described as new: Megalurus interscapulari.% 
Poecilodryas cethio2)s. Munia mclmia, and Pallus 
insignis.' Also notes on a small collection in 
spirits. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. Jjondon, 1877, pp. 

28,96; 1878, pp. 289,670; 1879, p. 446.) 

846 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1880, and ex- 
hibition of a drawing of an undescribed 
Parrot of the genus ChrysoUs living in 
the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1 880, pp. 67, 68, pi. ix. 
Chrysoti-i eoeligena* is described and figured. 
G. diifresniana is also figured. 

*(cf. Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 815.) 
847 
[Remarks upon the probable identity 
of Colohus 2'«'^««'«s, Peters, with C. an- 
golensis, Scl.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 68. 
848 
On new Birds collected by Mr. C. 
Buckley in eastern Ecuador. By P. L. 
Sclater and Osbert Salvin. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, pp. 155-161, pis. 
xvi, svii. 
The following species are described: Jlylophi- 
lus fu.scicapillus, Nemosia-chrysopis, Platyrhyn- 
elms senex, Serpojihaga albogri.iea, Syristes albo- 
cinereus, Myiochanes nigrescens, Heterocercus 
aurantiivertex, I'tilochloris buckleyi, Aiitomolus 
iorsali.% Dystithamnus subplumbeus, Herpsiloeh- 
mus frater, Myrmotherula spodionota, Tereniira 
humeralis, Uypocnemis stellata, II. lepidonota, 
Pithys melano.stictn, Grallaria dignissiina, Celeus 
spectabilis. and Purzana oennps. Plilochlori.s buck- 
leyi,a.d. et pull., and Grallaria dignissima are fig- 
ured. 

849 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1880.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 186. 
850 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in March, 1880.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 288. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1880.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 355. 
Pliancolarctm cinereus is figured in the text. 



[Exhibit! OTi of and remarks upon an 
Ibis {Geronticus comaftis).'\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 356. 

E.'chibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of n specimen of Geronticus co- 
watus obtained by Mr. Danford on the Euphrates, 
and notes on the distribution of the species. 

853 
[Remarks on Animals observed in the 
Zoological Gardens of Berlin, Hamburg, 
Amsterdam, The Hague, and AutwerpT] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 420. 



[Exhibition of a Spider of the genus 
Teqenaria, forwarded from Cape Town by 
J.H. Payne.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 421. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1880, and descrip- 
tion of a new Lemur {Lemur n'ujerrimus).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, pp. 450-452. 
Lemur nigerriimis, sp. nov., is described. The 
head and that of L. macaco are figured in the text. 

856 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon an 
apparently new species of Antelope.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 4,'^2, pi. xliv. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a skin of an antelope, which is 
described as Tragclaphus grains and figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 34.) 



List of the certainly known species of 
Anatida-, with notes on such as have been 
introduced into the zoological gardens of 
Europe, and remarks oVi their distribu- 
tion. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, pp. 496-536. 

One hundred and seventy-four species are enu- 
merated .iiid remarked upon. The generic name 
Dendrocyqna is emended to Dendrocycna. 

858 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in .June, July, August, 
September, and October, 1880.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, pp. 537-539. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of Kiimida ellioti.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Jjondon, 1880, p. 539. 

Numida elUoti. Bartlett, is shown to be refer- 
able to N. ])uclierani, Hartlaub. 

860 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1880.] 
I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 648. 



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861 
[Exhibition of ami remarks upon au 
example of rauxis (jaleata ] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lundon, 1880, p. 648. 
862 
Notes upon some West-Indian Birds. 

76^,1880, pp. 71-74, pi. i. 
Notes on seven species, of which Margarops 
sanctce-lucice is descrihed as new. A new jieneric 
name, Catliaropeza, is proposed for tlie reception 
of Leucopeza bi.shopi, Lnwr. Catharopeza bishopi 
is figured. The test is illustrated with tlie wiug, 
bill and foot of Catliaropeza. 

863 
Note on the Rallus sidcirostris of Wal- 
lace and its allies. 

Ibis, 1880, pp. 309-312, pi. vi. 
rieicheubach's generic name Hypotcenidia is 
adopted for this Kail, and remarks made on the 
six other species comprising the genus. Salva- 
dori's MS. name Hypotcfnidia saturata is pub- 
lished and the species characterized, K. sulci- 
rostris is figured. 

864 
Remarks on the present state of the 
Systema Avium. 

Ibis, 1880, pp. 340-350, 399-411. 
A scheme for the-classificatiou of birds. 

(See also Eep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1880, 
p. 606, and Nature, XXII, p. 549, 1880.) 

865 

Waterfowl. 

Nature, XXII, pp. 295-298 (1880). 

An illustrated abstract of a lecture delivered 
before the Zoological Society of London on the 
introduction into, and the acclimatization of 
waterfowl in, the Society's Gardens. 

866 

On the classification of Birds. 

Rep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci.. 1880, pp. 606-609, 
and iYa<?f ;■«, XXII, p. 549 (1880) (abstract). 
A scheme for the systematic arrangement of 
the class Aves, with approximate numbers of 
species belonging to each order. 

(See also Ibis, 1880, pp. 340, 399.) 
867 
Illustrations of new or rare Animals 
in the Zoological Society's Living Col- 
lection. 

Nature, XXIII, pp. 35-38, 415-417, 487-490 
(1880-81): XXIV, pp. 534-536(1881); XXV, 
pp. 295-298, 391-393, 608-610(1882); XXVI, 
pp. 131-134, 603-600 (1882). 
Illustrated chapters on the most noticeable an- 
imals living in the Zoological Society's Menag- 
erie. 

868 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of a Merganser {Mergus australia).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc.London, 1881, p. 1. 
869 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in Decembei-, 1880.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 165. 
870 
On the Birds collected in Socotra by 
Prof. I. Bayley Balfour. By P. L. Sclater 
and Dr. G. Hartlaub. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 1G5-175, pis. 
xv-xvii. 



A report on a collection consisting of 126 skins, 
referable to 36 species, which are enumerated and 
remarked upon. 1'he genua lihynchostruthus and 
the following species are described as new : Cisti- 
cola incana, Drymoeca hcesitata, Laniusuncinatus, 
Cinnyris balfouri. Passer insulans, Bhynchostru- 
thus socotranvs, and Amydrus f rater. CiHicola 
incana, Cinnyris balfouri. Passer insularis, and 
lihynchostmthus soeotramis are figured. Theti^xt 
is illustrated with the head of Lanius uncinatiis, 
and the head, wing and foot of Ithynchoslr'uthus 
socotranus. 

871 

On some Birds collected by Mr. E. F. 
im Thurn in British Guiana. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1881, pp. 212-214. 

Notes on sis species of birds contained in a 
series of skins collected in British Guiana. Age- 
Iceris imthurni is described as new, and the head of 
it is figured in the text. 

872 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1881.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 258, 259, pi. 
xxix. 

Pithecia albinasa is figured and its synonyms 
are given. 

873 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
Eggs of Opisthocomus cristatus and Cotur- 
nix delegorgii.l 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 259. 
874 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
large Spider of the genus Mygale.'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 325. 

This species, obtained at Bahia, is referred 
doubtfully to Mygale bistriata, Koch. 

875 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in Februarj^, 1881. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 409. 
876 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in March, 1881.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 450. 
877 
[Note on the weights and measurements 
of the Indian Elephants in the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 450, 451. 
The dimensions and weights of the four Indian 
Elephants living in the Society's Gardens, with 
figures to show the increase in size and weight of 
the animals since May, 1879. 

(See Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 385; 
1883, p. 465.) 

878 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
bird skins l>rought home by the Challen- 
ger Expedition.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 451. 
Notes on four species of birds from the Island 
of Kotumeli. 

879 

[Exhibition and descriptions of two new 
Birds from New Britain.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 451-453, pi. 
xxxix. 

Trichoglossus rubrigularis, sp. nov., and Ortygo 
cichla rubiginosa, gen. et. sp. nov., are described- 
The latter is figured. 



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On the Birds of tLe vicinity of Lima, 
Peru. By P. L. iSclater. Witli notes on 
their habits by Prof. W. Nation. Part V. '^ 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 484-488, pi. 

xlvi. 
Remarks on a collection conaistiug of 12 species, 
two of which — Biiarremon nationi and Leptasthe- 
nura pileata— are described as new. The former 
species is figured. 

* (For P.irt I see Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, 

p. 96; I't. II, 1867, p. 340; Vi. Ill, 1869, p. 

146; pt. IV, 1871, p. 496.) 

881 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in April, 1881.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 626, 627, pi. 
liv. 
The adult and young of Onjx heisa are figured. 

882 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of a Chrysotis from St. Lucia, West 
Indies.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 627, 628. 
Remarks on Chrysotis versicolor, with notes on 
the distribution of the species of Chrysotis in the 
Lesser Antilles. 

883 
[Remarks upon the Insectarium lately 
opened in the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 051-656. 
Observations on the building and arrangement 
of the insectarium, together with a report by Mr. 
W. Watkins on the species exhibited therein 
during May, 1881. 

(See also Eej). Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1881, p. 
668.) 

884 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1881.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 734. 

885 

On the generic divisions of the Pyuc- 
covichr, together with the description of 
a new species of the genus Nonnula. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 775-778. 

A summary of the generic divisions of the 
Bucconidm. Seven genera are enumerated, two of 
which, Mieromonacha and Ilapalojitila, are de- 
scribed as new and illustrated in th<- text. A 
new siiecies, Nonnula cineracea, is also described. 
The genera recognized are : Biicco, Malacoptila, 
Mieromonacha, Nonnula, Hapaloptila, 2lonacha 
and Chelidoptcra. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in .Tune, July, August, 
September, and October, 1881.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 818, 819. 

887 
[Exhibition of a specimen of the Glossy 
Ibis {I'legadis fulcincllus) shot at Dog- 
mersfield Park, Hampshire.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 827. 

888 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1881.] 

Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1881, pp. 967, 968. 



889 
[Exhibition of two skins of a Rail from 
Macquarie Island.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London 1881, p. 968. 
These skins apparently belonged to the species 
described by Captain Hutton as Rallus macqua- 
riensis. 

890 
On an apparently new Parrot of the 
genus Connrus. 

Ibis, 1881, pp. 130, 131, pi. iv. 
Conunis egregius is described and figured. 

891 
Descriptions of some new species of 
South American Birds of the families 
Tiirannidw and FormUariidiv. By P. L. 
Sclater and Osbert Salviu. 
Ibis, 1881, pp. 207-271, pi. ix. 
The genus Ty ranneutes an<l the following spe- 
cies are described as new : Todirostrnm signatiim, 
Euscarthmus pielzelni, Tyranuentes hrachyurus, 
Myiarchus apicalis, ilyrmothernJa gnttnralis, and 
Terenura spodioptila. The last-mentioned species 
and Terenura humeralis (cf, ?) are figured. 

892 
On the genus Hylopliihis. 

Ibis, 1881, pp. 293-312, pis. x, xi. 
A review of the genus Ilylophiliis, evabracing 
the history of the genus, synopsis of the species 
(19 in number), list of species unknown to the 
author, list of species wrongly referred to the ge- 
nus, and remarks on the geographical distribu- 
tion. Hylophilus luteifrons is described as new, 
and the following species are figured: H. inusci- 
capinus, H. fuscicapillus, H. brunneiceps, and H. 
ferrugineifrons. 

893 
Remarks on the recently described Par- 
rots of the genus ClirysoUs. 
i^jif, 1881, pp. 411-414. 
Remarks on Chrysotis lactifrons, C. carnpalliata, 
C. apophcenica, C. panamensis, C. nichoUsi, and 
C. eaeligena. 

894 

On two apparently new Finches of the 
genus Erythrnra, with remarks on other 
known species of the group. 
Ibis, 1881, pp. 543-546, id. xv. 
Erythrura regia and E. serena* are described 
and figured, and remarks made on the six other 
known species of the genus Erythrura. 

*(These two species are described under the 
generic name Erythrospiza, which, as will bo 
be seen by the context, is a printer's error.) 

895 
On two new species of Birds discovered 
by Mr. E. W. White in the Argentine 
Republic. 

Ibis, 1881, ])p. 599, 600, pi. xvii. 
Poospiza erythrophryn and Si/nallaxis whitii are 
characterized and figured. 

896 
C!haracters of a new Puff-bird of the 
genus Nonviila. 

Ibis, 1881, pp. 600, 601. 
Nonmda brunnca is desci'ibed. 

897 
On the Insect House in the Gardens of 
the Zoological Society of London. 

Hep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1881, pp. 608, 669. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OP WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 57 



Kotice of theadtUtion to the Zoolosical Society's 
Gardens of an iiisectaiium. and re])ort on tlio in- 
sects exhibiteil therein iluring the year 1881. 

(See also Proc. Zool Soc. London, 1881, p. 
651.) 

898 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Meuagerie in December, 1881.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc London, 1882, p. 97. 

899 
[Exhibition of (on behalf of Mr. Peter 
luchbald, F. Z. S.) and remarks upon two 
curious Ducks shot near Darlington.] 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 134. 

900 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Meuagerie in January, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp 233, 234, 
pi. X. 
The female anil young of Bos frontalis are fig- 
ured. 

901 
[Exhibition of living examples of Helix 
hwrnastoma.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 286. 
These specimens had been sent from Ceylon. 

902 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie iu February. 1882.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 311. 
903 
[Remarks on the use of the term " Lipo- 
type."] 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pj). 311, 312. 
Note on the coining of the word '• lipotype ' for 
conveniently designating a type of animal life, 
the absence of wliicli is characteristic of a par* 
ticular district or region. 

904 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon an 
adult male of Cyanomyius cwlestis.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 342. 
The head of Cyanomyias coelestis, cf, is figured 
in the text. 

905 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon tlie 
skins of two specimens of the Subcyliu- 
drical Hornbill (Buce^-os subcylindricus).} 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 343. 
906 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Meuagerie iu March, 1882.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 358. 
907 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
drawing of a Tapir living in the Soci- 
ety's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 391 , pi. xxiii. 
P^xhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of a drawing of a Tapir, prob- 
ably referable to Tapirus dowii. T. dowii is fig- 
ured. 

908 

[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in April, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 421. 



Note on an Australian Duck living iu 
tlie Society's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, i)p. 452-454, pi. 
xxxiii. 

Notes on, and synonyms and figure, of, Anas 
ilibberifrons. 



[Remarlvs upon the mode of feeding of 
the joiing Cormorants by the parent 
birds iu the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 458, 459. 
An illustration of Cormorants feeding their 
young IS given in the text. 



[Exhibition of some Lepidoptera bred 
in the iusect house.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 459. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Meuagerie in May, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 540, 547, pi. 
xxxvii. 

Porcula salvanic is figured. 

(For figure of young see Proc. Zool. Soe. 
London, 1883, pi. xllii, p. 388.) 



Exhibition of some Lepidoptera, etc., 
reared at tlie insect house iu the Socie- 
ty's Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 548. 

A list of the insects reared in the Zoological 
Society's insect house is given. 

914 
Note on Riippell's Parrot. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 577, 578, pi. 
xlii. 
The two &e-^ea oi Poeoccphalus rilppelli are, fig- 
ured and remarked uijon. 

915 
On two apparently new species of the 
genus Synallaxis. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 578, 579, pi. 

xliii. 
Synallaxis ftisco-rufa and .9. griseo-mnrina aie 
described and figured. A list of the species of 
Synallaxis described since 1874 is appended. 



Notes on Birds collected iu the Argen- 
tine Republic. By E. W. White. With 
notes by P. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, i)p. 591-620. 
Two hundred and one sj)ec.ies. accompanied by 
Mr. White s Held notes and remarks by Mr. Sc"la 
ter, are enumerated. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883 p. 37.) 
917 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in .Iiine, .Inly, August, 
September, and October, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 630,031, pis. 
xlvi, xlvii. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological So- 
ciety's Menagerie, with notes on themore remark 
able species. A provisional name, Canit;niicrotis, 
is given to a supposed new species of Dog, which 
is figured, as is also OyanorhanipUus saisseti. 



58 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



[Eeport on the Ins(?cts bred in the in- 
sect house in the Society's Gardens.] 
Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 18S2, pp. 632, 633. 

919 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Sac. London, 1882, pp. 719, 720. 

920 
[Exhibition of and remarks npou some 
photographs of a new Zebra (Eqtms 
(jrevyi).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1882, p. 721. 
Equus grevyi is flgnrud in the text. 

921 
Second note on the species of the Ty- 
ranuine genus Hirundinea. 
Lbis, 1882, pp. 162-164. ' 
Supplementary remarks to a previous commu- 
nication (of. Ibis, 18(39. p. 195) on tlie species of 
tbe genus Hirundinea. Amended diagnoses of 
the three species are given. 

922 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1882.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 1. 
923 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1883.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 32. 
924 
Further notes on Trafjelaphus gratus. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 34-37, pi. 
viii. 
Additional remarks on and figures of the male 
and female of Tragelajihus gratus. The head is 
also figured in the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 
452.) 

925 
Supplementary notes on the Birds of 
the Argentine Republic. By E. W. White. 
With remarks by P. L. Sclater. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1SS3, pp. 37-43, pi. 
ix. 
Field notes by Mr. "White and remarks hy Mr. 
Sclater on 34 species not represented in' Mr. 
White's former collection. Poospiza ^vhitii is de- 
scribed as new and figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 
591.) 

926 

On Birds collected in the Timor Laut 
or Tenimber group of islands, by Mr. 
Henry O. Forbes. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 48-58, pis. 
xi-xiv. 

A list of 54 species and their localities, with de- 
scriptions of those that are new and notes on 
several others imperfectly known. Fifteen new 
species are described, viz, Ntnoxforbesi, Strix sor- 
orcvla, Tanygnatha.'i .<nibaifini.i, Monarcha castus, 
M. niundus, Phvpidura liauiadryas, Myiagra ful- 
viventris, Micraich heinixantha, Graucalus unimo- 
dus. Lalage moesta, Pachycephala arctitorquis, 
Dicceum fitlgidum , Myzomela annabellce. Calornis 
cra.ssa, and ilegapad iii.s Wii i inberensis. The follow- 
ing sjiecies are hjiiircd : Xinox forbesi, Monarcha 
caftlu.s, M. viundus, I'dcli/icephala arctitorquis (cf, 
$),aud Calornis crassa (d, ?). llemarks on the 



general character of the avifauna of the Tenim- 
ber islands are added. The text is illu.strated 
with the upper surface of the bills of Monarcha 
inundus and M. castus. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, n. 
194.) ^ 

927 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1883.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 73, 74. 

928 
[Remarks upon a specimen of Macropus 
ernhescens in the Gardens of the Zoolog- 
ical and Acclimatization Society, Mel- 
bourne, Australia.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 131. 

929 
[Remarks on a new list of British 
Birds.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 131, 132. 
A note on the B. O. U. li.st of British birds, 
with a table showing the results of the exami- 
nation and cataloguing of the British species. 



[Exhibition of a skin of a Crow sent 
to Mr. Sclater for examination by Mr. 
Albert A. C. Le Souef, C. M. Z. S.] " 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 144. 

This skin apparently belonged to a variety of 
Oorvus australis. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1883.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 178. 



Additional notes on Birds collected in 
Timor Laut or Tenimber group of islands 
by Mr. Henry O. Forbes. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 194-200, 

pis. xxvi-xxviii. 
A list of 40 species and their localities, with 
descriptions of those that are new and remarks 
on those of special interest. The following new 
species are described: lihipidura fusco-rufa, R. 
opistherythra, Pachycephala fusco-flara, Zosterops 
griseiventris, Gerygone dorsaiis, and Mimeta de- 
cipiens. Figures are given of Eclectus riedeli (d', 
$ ), RMpidura fusco-rufa, and Pachycephala fusco- 
jlava ((^, $ ). A list of the 60 species known to in- 
habit the Tenimber group is appended. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 48.) 



[Exhibition of a skin of a rare Para- 
dise Bird {lihipidornis guUelmi-tertii).'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 252. 

934 
[Remarks on Radde's "Internationale 
Farbenskala."] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 252. 
Eemarks on and explanation of the use of 
Radde's work on tbe nomenclature of colours, a 
copy of which had been added to the Zoological 
Society's library. 

935 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1883. J 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 346. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 59 



[List of tbe species of Lepidopterons 
Insects bred iu the Society's insect 
house, and exhibition of living speci- 
mens of the West Indian Firefly.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 346, 347. 
937 
[Exliibition of and remarks upon a 
selection of Birds from New Britain, New 
Irelancl, and the Solomon Islands sent to 
" Mr. Sclater for examination by the Rev. 
George Brown, C. M. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 347, 348. 
Examples of twelve species of birds were ex- 
hibited to a meeting of the Zoological Society of 
Lbndou and remarked upon. 
938 
[Exhibition of and remarks npon two 
birds obtained near Lima, Peru, and 
transmitted by Prof. William Nation, 
CM. Z.S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 348, 349. 
Exliibition of, to a meeting of the Zoological 
Society of London, and remarlis on Buteo abbrevi- 
atvs and Polyi)nymi.{s caroli. Buarrenwn nationi, 
Scl., is jjointed out to be identical vrithPipUo 
my.ttacaliss, Tacz., hut tlie specitic name uiystacalis 
had been previously used. Nationi is retained. 

939 
[Remarks upon a Condor from Pern 
living in the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 349, pi. xxxv. 
Remarks on and figure of Sarcorhamphus cequa- 
torialis. 

940 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1883.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 388, pi. xliii. 
Porcula salvania, pull., is figured. 

(For figure of adult see Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, 1882, p. 546, pi. xxxvii.) 

941 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie daring the months of 
June, July, August, Septeniber, and Oc- 
tober, 1883.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 463, 464. 

pis. xlvi, xlvii. 
Report on the additions to the Zoological Soci- 
ety's collection, witli notes on those of special 
interest and figures of Pelecamis trachyrhynchus 
and Bdbirussa alfurus, young. 

942 
[Remarks upon the opening of the Socie- 
ty's new reptile house.] 

Proc. Zool. So6. London, 1883, p. 464. 
The opening of the Zoological Society's new 
reptile house took place on August 4, 1883. 
The total number of specimens exhibited therein 
on October 1 was 211. 

943 
[Note upon the increase iu size and 
weight of the young male African Ele- 
phant purchased July, 1882.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p, 465. 
The weights and dimensions of a young Ele- 
phas africanua. taken in July, 1882, and again on 
October 8, 1883, are given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 
385 1 1881, p. 450.) 



[Exhibition, on behalf of Dr. G. Ben- 
nett, F. Z. S., and remarks upon some 
skins of a species of Drepanornis from 
southern New Guinea.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 578- 
Mr. Sclater here refers the.se skins to a new 
subspecies of Drepanornis albertini, and calls it 
D. albertiii cervinicauda. 

945 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1883.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883. p. 598. 



Descri]itions oi live apparently new 
species of South American Passeres. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, pp. 653, 654, 
pi. Ixi. 

The following species are described : Basileute- 
rus fraseri, CaUinte cyanopyyia, Cnipodectes minor, 
Automolus Tubidus. and Anabazenops olcayineus. 
The first-mentioned sjiccies is figured. 

947 
On the genera Microhates and Eham- 
phoccenus of the family Fonnicariidw. 
Ibis, 1883, pp. 92-96, pi. iii. 
A synopsis of the species of the genera Micro- 
bates and Rhamphoccenvs. Microbates collaris is 
figured and Pliannihocoenus albiventris described 
as a new species. 

948 

Review of the species of the family 
Icterida'. Part I*, Cassicince. 

Ibis, 1883, pp. 145-163, pis. vi, vii. 
oix genera, of which Bucorystes is described as 
new, and 27 species are enumerated. Two of the 
species, Oslino2}S salmoni and O. oleanineus, are 
described and figured. The text is illustrated. 
The genera treated in Part I are: Clypeicterus, 
Ocyalus, Encorystes, Ostinops, Oassiculus and Cas- 
sicus. 

*(For Part II, Icterince. see Ibis, 1883, p. 352; 

Pt. Ill, Agelceince, Ibis, 1884, p. 1; Pt. IV, 

Quiscalince, Ibis, 1884. p. 149.) 

949 
Review of the species of the family 
leteridw. Part II*, Icterinxv. 
Ibis. 1883, pp. 352-374, pi. xi. 
Thirty-seven species of the subfamily Icterince 
are enumerated, all referred to the single genus 
Icterus. Icterus grace- annoi is figured. 

*(For Part I, Cassicince. see Ibis. 1883, p. 145; 
Pt. 111. AgelmincK Ibis, 1884, p. 1- Pt. IV, 
Quiscalince, Ibis, 1884, p. 149 ) 

950 
The High Springs of 1883. 
Nature, XXVII, p, 529 (1883) 
Letter on the extraordinary risingof the springs 
in 1883, in several localities in North Hampshire, 
after the excessive rainfall of the winter of 1882. 

951 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1883.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884. j). 1. 



[Exhibition of a Night Heron {Nyctico. 
rax (jrisens) shot in Plumstead Marshes.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1884, p. 2. 



60 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



On the Lesser Koodoo, Strepsiceros im- 
ierhia, of Blytli. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1884, pp. 45-48, pi. 

iv. 
Remarks on, synonyms, and figure of Strepsi- 
ceros imherhis, togetlier with the comparative di- 
mensions of its horns and those of »S'. kudu. The 
horns of both species are figured in the t-ext. 

954 
[Report on tlie additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1884.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 55. 



[Ecmarks upon a copy of the lately 
issued " Guide to the Calcutta Zoological 
Gardens" and on llhinoceros lasiotis.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p]). 55, 56. 
An extract from Dr. John Anderson's ' ' Guide to 
the Calcutta Zoological Gardens " respecting the 
capture of an example of Ithinoceros lasiotis liv- 
ing in those gardens. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 176, pi. xiv. 
Cercopithecus tnartini is figured. 



[Exhibition of aud remarks upon 
specimens of the Eggs of two species of 
Testudinata laid in the Society's Gar- 
dens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, ]>. 206. 

These eggs were laid by the species Testudo 
elephantojJiis aud Chelys matamata. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 251. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 389, pi. xxxiii. 
Sphingurus spinosus is figured. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
Deciduous Knob of tlie Culmen of the 
Beak of the Rough-billed Pelican (Pele- 
can It s trachyrh ij nch » s) . ] 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 410. 



[Remarks upon a very singular habit 
of the Greater Vasa Parrot {Coraeopsis 
vasa).} 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 410. 
Remarks on the habit of a specimen of Cora- 
cop.iis vasa jirodueiuL;- from its cloax'a a mass of 
dark flesh-coloured substance, and drawing it in 
again after exposing it for several minutes. This 
substance was supjjosed to be the membranous 
lining of the cloaca blown out during the period 
of sexual excitement. » 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. I 
502; 1893, p. 435.) I 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Mcniigerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, pp. 475, 476, pi. 
xlv, figs. 2, 3. 
Colius erythromelon is figured. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of a Woolly Cheetah {Fells lanea) 
from South Africa.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 476. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 530, 

pl.lv; 1878, p. 655.) 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 530, pi. xlv, 
fig.l. 
Colius nirjricollis is figured. 

965 

On some Mammals from Somaliland. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, pp. 538-542, pis. 

xlix, 1. 
Notes on five species of mammals. Equus asi- 
nus soinalicus' is described as a new subspecies 
and figured. Gazella walleri and Equus asinus 
africanuH are also figured. 

* (See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 

195.) 

966 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, pp. 561, 562. 



[Remarks upon the death of a Greater 
Vasa Parrot {Coraeopsis rasa) which had 
passed fifty-four years in the Society's 
Menagerie.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 562. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 
410; 1893, p. 435.) 



A review of the species of the family 
Icteridw. Part III*, AgeUeino'. 

Ibis, ISSi, pp. 1-27, pi. i. 
Of the subfamily Agnlcvince 38 species are enu- 
merated and referred to 13 genera. Siibspecific 
names are applied to 4 local varieties of Sturnella 
iudoviciana, viz, Sturnella ludoviciana neglecta, 
S. ludov. hippocreids, S. ludov. mexicnna, and 
S. ludot . meridionalis. Agelceus cyanopits is fig- 
ured. Tlie genera included iu Part II are Doli- 
rhongx, ifolothrus, Cyrtolc.':, AgrUexx. Xantlioce- 
■phalus. Xanthosomus, Ambbiiliainphus, Oyinno- 
inystax. P.ieudoleistes, Curonus, Leistes, Trupialis 
aud Sturnella. 

*(rorI'art I, Cassicinw, see Ibis. 1883, p. 145; 

Pt. II, Icterince. Ibis, 1883, p. 352; Pt. IV, 

Quiscalince, Ibis, 1884, p. 149.) 

969 
A review of tlie species of the family 
Tcterid(v. Part IV*, Qniscalhuv. 
Ibis, 1884, pp. 149-107, pi. v. 
Eight genera, embracing 25 species, are referred 
to tlio subfamily Quiscalince. Qiii.icalu.i graysoni 
is described as" new, and Q. tenuirostris figured. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 61 



The genera treiitcd of me: Lainpinpsar, Scale- 
copharfvs, Dive.i. Qiii!;cali(!<. Macrayelceus, Hypo- 
pyrrhus, Apli(_ibus and Cassidix. 

'(For Part I, Casskince see Ibis, 1883, p. 145 ■ 

Pt. ir, Ictervnce, Ibis. 1883, p. 352; Pt. Ill, 

Ageloeinm, Ihis. 1884, p. 1.) 



Remarks on two rare Americau Oscines. 

Ibis, 1884, pp. 240, 241, pi. vii. 
Remarks ou Idiopsar brachyurus and Acantlii 
dops bairdi. The former species is figured. 

971 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1884, and 
description of a new species of Cervuhis.} 
Proc.Zool.Soe. London, 1885, pp. 1 2,pl. i. 
Cervulus crinifrons is described and figured. 
The bead is also figured iu the test. 

972 
[Remarks on the breeding of the Chi- 
nese Bhie Magpie (Ctianopoliiis cyanus) in 
the Society's Gardens in 1884.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 2, 3. 

973 
[Exhibition of a rare Sonth American 
Lizard {Heterodaciijhis imbricatus) pre- 
sented to the Society by Mr. G. Lennon 
Hunt.] 

Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 03. 

974 
[Exhibition of a Beetle of the family 
Buprestidw, transmitted to the Society 
by Mr. B. F. Ffinch.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 03, 04. 
Julodis ffinchi is remarked upon and figured in 
the text. 

975 
[Exhibition of Lepidopterous Insects 
bred in the insect house during the past 
season, and report on the insect house.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pj). 05, 00. 
A list of the insects exhibited in the Zoological 
Society's insectarium , and remarks upon some of 
them. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1885.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 108. 

977 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1885.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 245, 240. 
A list of the species of Pelicans living in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens is given. 

978 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
curious Duck shot in Y'orkshire.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 246. 
This bird was apparently a variety of Fuligula 
marila. 

979 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1885.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 322. 



980 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
pair of Pheasants from northern Afghan- 
istan, belonging to H. R. H. tlie Prince 
of Wales.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 322-324, pi. 
xxii. 
Phasiami.i principalis is characterized, figured, 
and remarked upon. 

081 
FExhibition of and remarks upon some 
Eggs of Darwin's Rhea.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 324-327. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of some eggs of lihea dartvinii, 
and an extract of a letter from M G. Claraz con- 
cerning them. 

982 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie iu April, 1885.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 421. 



[Remarks upon the Colies now or 
lately living in the Society's Gardens.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 542. 

A list of the species of Colius represented in 
the Zoological Society's collection is given. 



[Rej)ort on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1885.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 009. 

985 
Description of a new species of Icterus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 071. 
Icterus hauxivelli is described. 

986 
Note on Lemur macaco and the way in 
which it carries its young. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 672, 073. 
An illustration of the female of Lemur macaco 
carrying its young, with remarks. 

987 
[Report ou the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
and September, 1885.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 717, 718. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Skull of an American Tapir.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 718. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological Soci- 
ety of London of a skull of a Tapir, which had 
been described as Tajdrus roidini, but which, as 
evidenced by an examination of the skull, was 
only a dark variety of T. americanus. 

989 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1885.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 833. 



[Remarks upon a Newt {Molge vittata) 
and its distribution.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 834, 835. 



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Characters of an apparently new species 
of Tanager of the genus Calliste. 

Proc. Zoul. Soc. London, 1885, pp. 849, 850. 
Calliste gouldi is characterized. 

992 
[Report on the addition? to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1885.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 851. 

993 
[Exhibition of and remarks npon an 
African Horubill and other birds belong- 
ing to Mr. H. Whitely. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 851. 
Exhibition to the Zoological Society of London 
of sever.ilbird skins belonging to Mr. H. Whitely. 
and remarks on the species Bucerus camarinus, 
which is supposed to have been founded on a 
young specimen of -B. cylindricus. 

994 
On the Muscicapine genus Chasiempis. 

Ibis, 1885, pp. 17-19, pi. i. 
Eemarks on, and figures of, the male and female 
of Chasiemjns sandwichensis. 

995 
On some little-known species of Tana- 
gers. 

Ihis, 1885, pp. 271-275, pi. vi. 
Notes on nine species of Tauagers. Nesospin- 
gus is proposed as a new generic name for the 
reception of Chlorospincjus speculiferiis, Lawr., 
and Lanio laivrencii is described as a new species 
and figured. Tachyphonvs nattereri is also figured. 
Nesospingus specuUferus is illustrated in the text. 

996 
"Furculum" or ''Furcula." 
Nature, XXXII, p. 4G6 (1885). 
Letter on the correct term to be employed as 
an equivalent of the os furculatorium of birds. 

997 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1885.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 1, 2. 
998 
[Exhibition of Lepidopterons Insects 
bred in the insect house during the past 
season.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 2-4. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, of a series of specimens of Lep- 
iddiitera lind in the Society's insect house, to- 
get licr with a list of the species exhibited therein, 
with reiiiark.s. 

999 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1886.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 124, 125. 
1000 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of a newly described Paradise 
Bird {raradisornis rudoljM).^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 125. 
1001 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1886.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 137. 



1002 
Note on the external characters of 
lihinoceros simus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 143, 144, 
pi. xvi. 

The distinctive features of Phinoceros simus 
and R. hicornis are pointed out. The heads ot the 
two species are figured. 

1003 
' [Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie m March, 1886.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, -p. ne. 
1004 
[Exhibition of and remarks npon the 
heads and horns of two species of Ante- 
lopes from Lamoo, East Africa {Strepsi- 
ceros imhevMs and Damalis senegalensis).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 176. 
1005 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in April, 1886.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 266. 
1006 
Remarks on the various species of Wild 
Goats. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 314-318, 
pts. xxxi, xxxii. 
Remarks on 10 species of the genus Gapra. G. 
cegagrus and C. sinaitica are figured. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 
552.) 

1007 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1886.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 318. 
1008 
[Remarks on interesting animals ob- 
served during a visit to the Zoological 
Gardens of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Co- 
logne, Antwerp, and Ghent.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 320. 
1009 
[Exhibition, on behalf of Mr. J. Bra- 
zier, C. M. Z. S., of a series of 55 eggs 
laid by a Pacific Porphyrio.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lo n don, 1886, p. i30. 
A specimen of this bird— Porphj/rio viticnsis — 
was captured at Mar6, Loyalty Islands, in 1873, 
and was kept in captivity till 1882, during which 
period she laid 491 eggs. 

1010 
List of a collection of Birds from the 
Province of Tarapacii, northern Chili. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 395-404, 

pi. xxxvi. 
Fifty-three species are enumerated .and re- 
marked upon. Phcenicnptlerus janiesi is described 
as a new species and figured. A map, showing 
the localities where the collection was made, is 
given. The bills of P. jftmesi and i'. a»idinws are 
figured in the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p- 

131.) 

1011 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in June, Julj^, August, 
Se}»tember, and October, 1886.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, pp. 417, 418. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 



63 



On two species of Antelopes from So- 
inalilaud. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886 pp. 504, 505. 
pi. li. 
Keuiarks on Gazella naso, n. sp., SLuHNeotragus 
kirki. The bead of the former species is tigured. 

1013 
Ou an apparently new Parrot of the 
genus Conurus living in the Society's 
Gardens. 

Proc. Zool. Sac. London, 1886, pp. 538, 539, 
pi. Ivi. 
Conurus rubritorquis is described and figured 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1886.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 549. 

1015 
On the Claws and Spurs of Birds' 
Wings. 

Ibis, 1886, pp. 147-151, 300-301. 
Remarks ou and illustrations of the spurs and 
claws on the wings of Gypaf/us papa, Chauna 
derbiana, Plectropteriis gambensis, and Parra 
jacana. 

1016 
Description of a new Ground Finch 
from western Peru. 

Ibis, 1886, pp. 258,259, pi. viii. 
ITcemophila pulchra is described and figured. 

1017 
[Report on the addition to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1886.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 1, 2. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of a rare Parrot. (Chrysotis 
bodini).^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 2. 



Characters of new species of Birds of 
the family Tyrannida'. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 47-50, pi. 
ix. 

The following species are characterized and 
remarked upon : Tasnioptera holospodia, Euscarth- 
tnus apicalis, Pogonotriccus gualaquizce, Leptopo- 
gon godmani, L. oustaleti, Phyllomyias berlepschi, 
Ulainea hypospodia, E. flavivertex, Myiohiiis subo- 
chraceus, and Empidon ax ridgwayi. Euscarthmus 
apicalis and Leptopogon oustaleti are figured. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1887.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 138, 139. 

1021 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1887.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 319. 

1022 
[Report on the additions to the Soci- 
ety's Menagerie in March, 1887.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 340. 



[Extracts from a letter addressed to 
Mr. Sclater by Rev. G. H. R. Fisk, C. 
M. Z. S., respecting the killing and eat- 
ing, by a Mouse, of a young venomous 
Snake.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 340-342. 
The Mouse was a specimen of Dendromys inel- 
anotis, and the snake Sepedon hcemachates. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a set 
of eleven photographs, representing ob- 
jects of Natural History, collected by 
General Prejevalski in Central Asia.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 362. 

These photographs represented objects of Gen- 
eral Vrejevalski's collection, as arranged for ex- 
hibition in the Museum of the Imperial Academy 
of St. Petersburg. They had been presented to 
the Library of the Zoological Society of London, 
where they are now located. - 

1025 
[Extract from a letter addressed to Mr. 
Sclater by Mr. Albert A. C. Le Souef, C. 
M. Z. S., containing remarks upon some 
living Duckbills {Ornitliorhynchns j^ara- 
doxus) in confinement at Melbourne.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 363. 
1026 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1887.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 396. 
1027 
[Extracts from a letter addressed to 
Mr. Sclater by Mr. Roland Trimen, F. Z. 
S., respecting the obtaining of a second 
example oi Laniarhis atrocroceu8.~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 396, 397. 
1028 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1887.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 482. 

1029 
[Remarks upon specimens of two spe- 
cies of North American Foxes living in 
the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 482. 
Remarks on specimens of Canis velox and O. 
virginianus. 

1030 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
Skin of a White-nosed Monkey {Cercopi- 
thecus ascanias ?).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 502. 
This monkey w.as obtained in eastern Equa- 
torial Africa and is here doubtfully referred to 
C. ascanias. 

1031 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of a Pheasant from northern 
Afghanistan {rhasianiis j^^'incipalis).] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 502. 
1032 
Note on the Wild Goats of the Cauca- 
sus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 552, 553. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUxM. 



Eemarka on Capra eaucasica and C. pallasi, 
and an extract from a communifatiop from Dr. 
G. Eadde concerning them The two s])ecies are 
shown to Le distinct, and the autlior points out 
that he was in error in uniting them in a former 
pa]ier. (cf. jfroc. Zuul Soc. London, 1886, p. 314). 

1033 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
September, and October, 1887.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1887, pp. 558, 559. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1887. 1 
Proe. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 638. 

1035 
[Extract of a letter from Dr. Burmeis- 
ter, F. M. Z.S., and remarks on a sup- 
posed new Humming Bird (Cha'tocercus 
bwvieistej-i) .~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, pp. 638, 639. 
Mr. Sclater jiroposes the name Chcetocercus bur- 
meisteri for the species cliaracterized in Dr. Bur- 
meister's letter. 

1036 
On Empidonax hrunneus and its allied 
species. 

lUs, 1887, pp. 64-66. 
Ob.servations on Empidonax hrunneus (which 
is referred to £. Mmaculatus, d'Orb. et Lafr.), 
E. oli.va, Einpidochanes fringillaris, E. fnscatus, 
and E. oliva ant vireoninus (referred to E. areii- 
aceus) . 

1037 
Remarks on the species of the genus 
Cyclorhis. 

Ibis, 1887, pp. 320-324, pi. x. 
An arrangement of the species (10 in numlier) 
of the genus Cyclorhis, with remarks upon tlieni. 
Cyclorhis atrirostris is described as new and fig- 



[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in December, 1887, and 
list of specimens of the genus Cains.'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, jip. 1, 2. 
A list of the specimens (36 in number) of the 
genus Canis living in the Zoological Society's 
(jrardens is given. 

1039 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January. 1888..] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 87. 

1040 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1888.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 140. 

1041 
[Exhibition on behalf of Lieut. Col. 
II. M. Drummond-Hay, C. M, Z. S., of a 
specimen of the Desert Wheatear {Saxi- 
cola deserti) killed in Scotland.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 140. 
1042 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1888.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 219, 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1888.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 265. 

1044 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1888 ] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 291. 

1045 
[Exhibition on the part of Mr. F. M. 
Campbell, F. Z. S., of a pair of Pallas's 
Sand Grouse, and remarks on the numer- 
ous recent occuiTences of this bird in 
western Europe.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 291. 
1046 
[Exhibition, on behalf of Prof. R. Col- 
lect, C. M. Z. S., of a nest, eggs, and two 
young ones in down of the Ivory Gull 
{Larus eburneus).} 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, pp. 291, 292. 
1047 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
September, and October, 1888.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 413. 
1048 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1888.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1888, p. 564. 
1049 
Notes on the Emperor Penguin {Apteno- 
dytes forsteri). 

Ibis, 1888, pp. 325-334. 
The history and synonymy of Aptenodytes for- 
steri. The differences in coloration and structure 
between this species and A. xicnnanti are pointed 
out. The upper surface of the skull and the 
sterna of both species are figured in tlie text. 

1050 
Electric Fishes in the River Uruguay. 

Nature, XXXVIII, p. 148 (1888). 
Letter on the occurrence of an electric eel 
( Gymnotus) in the Rio Uruguay. 

1051 
The ''Tamaron" of the Philippine 
Islands. 

Nature, XXXVIII, pp. 363, 364 (1888). 
Letter on the discovery in the Philippine 
Islands, by Prof. J. B. Steele, of a new species of 
Anoa — Anoa mindorensis. 

1052 
The Barbary Ape in Algeria. 

Nature, XXXIX, p. 30 (1888). 
Letter on his having seen wild specimens of the 
Barbary .ape in Algeria. 

1053 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1888.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 1. 
1054 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1889.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 26. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WHITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 65 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
livinj;- specimen of the Thick-billed Lark 
( liha mph ocorys clot-he>ii).] 

Froc. Zuol. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 26, 27. 
1056 
On some new species and genera of 
Birds of the family Dendrocolaptidw. 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889. pp. 32-34. 
Two new generic terni.s, Limnophyes and Hy- 
lexetastes, are proposed for the reception of Lim- 
nornis curvirostris and Dendrocolaptes perroti, 
respectively, and the following new species are 
described:' Upucerthia hridgcsi, Fhacellodomus 
rufipennis, Thripophaga fusciceps, Fhilydor cer 
vicalis, and Ficolaptes parvirostris. 

1057 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
series of specimens of the eggs and chicks 
of the Hoatzin ( Opisthocomus cristatus) .~\ 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 57. 
1058 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
heads and skins of a new Antelope ob- 
tained by Mr. H. C. V. Hunter, F. Z. S., in 
northealtern Africa.] 

Froe. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 58, 59. 
The heads aud skins of a new species of ante- 
lope, proposed to be called Damalis hunteri, were 
exhibited to a meeting of the Zoological Society 
of London, and remarked upon. The head is fig- 
ured in the text. 

1059 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1889.] 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 85. 
1060 
[Remarks upon the collections of Fishes 
made at Ct)nstantinople by Dr. E. D. 
Dickson, C. M. Z. S.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 135. 
1061 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1889.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 160, 161. 

1062 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a pair 
of Buprestine Beetles {Julodis ffinchi) ob- 
tained by Mr. B. T. Flinch, near Karachi.] 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 219. 
1063 
[Exhibition of aud remarks upon a 
specimen of the Mole Cricket ( (irijllotalpa 
vnhjaris) found at Bagdad and trans- 
mitted by Mrs. Talbot.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 219. 
1064 
[Remarks on interesting animals ob- 
served during a visit to the Zoological 
Gardens of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and 
Antwerp.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 219, 220. 
1065 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1889.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 246. 

415— N^o. 49 5 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
living specimen of an albino variety of 
the Cape Mole Rat.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. iondori,1889, pp. 246, 247. 
1067 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
mummy of a Falcon obtained at Thebes, 
in Egypt.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 262. 
Apparentl.\- a mummified specimen of Tinnun- 
cuius alaxi^larius. 

1068 
[Exhibition of aud remarks upon a 
series of Photographs taken at Antipodes 
Island.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 262. 
These photographs repre.sented groups of ma- 
rine birds aud sea lions which frequent Antipodes 
Island lor breeding purposes. 

1069 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Leaf Insect (Phy Ilium gelomis) living in 
the Society's insect house.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc, London, 1889, p. 262. 

An illustration of Fhyllium gelonus (immature) 
is given. 

1070 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1889.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 316. 
1071 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Ramage 
in Dominica, West Indies. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 326, 327. 
A list of 30 species, with general remarks on 
the avifauna of Dominica. 

1072 

Description of Hunter's Antelope. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 372-377, 
pi. xlii. 

Damalis hunteri is characterized and figured, 
and remarks made on a series of horns and skins 
of this animal. The text ia illustrated with fig- 
ures of the head, skull and horns, of the male 
and female. 

1073 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1889.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 393, 394. 
1074 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Ramage 
in St. Lucia, West Indies. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 394, 395. 
A list of 30 species, with general notes on the 
ornithology of St. Lucia. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1889.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp. 447, 448. 
1076 
[Exhibition of a Skin of an albino va- 
riety of the Cape Mole Rat (Georychus 
cajiensis) .~\ 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 449. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



[Eeport on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1889.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 586. 
1078 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon an 
Egg of the Crested Screamer {Chaiina 
chavaria).^ 

Fi-oc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, pp.586, 587. 
1079 
Notes on some recently de.scril^ed spe- 
cies of Dendrocolaptidie. 

Ibis, 1889, pp. 350-354, pi. xi. 
Notes on Berlepschia rikeri, Phacellodomus 
inornatus, Dendrornis punctigula, Ridgw. MS., 
D lawrencii, D. lawr. costaricensis, I'icolaptes 
gracilis, Dendrocincla riifo-olivacea, I), castanop- 
teia, Dcndrocnlaptes ohsoletus, aud Sclerurus cani- 
gularis. Berlepschia rikeri is figured. 

1080 
The Rabbit Pest. 

Nature, XXXIX, pp. 493, 494 (1889). 
Note on the plan advocated by Mr. W. Rodier, 
of New South Wales, for the extermiuatiou of 
rabbits in Australia. 

1081 
"La Pietra Papale." 

Nature, XLI, pp. 30,31 (1889). 
A description of an enormous granite boulder, 
near Stresa, in Italy. 

1082 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1889.] ^ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 1. 
1083 
[Exhibition of and remarks npon a 
hybrid Duck.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 1, 2, pi. i. 
Exhibition to a meeting of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London of a hybrid between Tadorna 
casdrca and Quenjueduia falcaia. The bird is 
figured. 

1084 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1890.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 44. 
1085 
On a Guinea Fowl from the Zambesi, 
allied to Numida cri^tata. 

Prvc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 86,87, pi. 
xii. 
Remarlfs on and figure of an undetermined 
species of Numida from the Zambesi. 

1086 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1890.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 94. 
1087 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
Mammals obtained in the Upper Magda- 
lene Valley of Colombia by Mr. R. B. 
White, C. M. Z. S.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 98. 
Examples of four species of mammals, determ- 
ined by Mr. Oldfleld Thomas, were exhibited to 
a meeting of the Zoological Society of London 
and remarked upon. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1890.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 147, pi. xv. 
Hypocolius ampelinus in figured. 

1089 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1890.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 354. 
1090 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
Head o f an Antelope ( Damalis senegalensis) 
from East Africa.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 354-357. 
The head and skull of Ihonalis senegalensis are 
figured in the text, and remarks made upou the 
animal. A list of its synonyms is given. 

1091 
On a new Toucan of the genus Piero- 
ylossus. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 403. 
Pteroglcssus didymus is characterized. 

1092 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1890.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 411, 412. 
1093 
[Exhil'ition of and remarks upon two 
young sjiecimens of Darwin's Rhea {lUiea 
darnmii) from the Province of Tarapacti.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 412. 
1094 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon tlie 
Flat Skin of a Zebra received from Ber- 
bera, northern Somalilaud.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1890, pp. 412-414. 
The skins of Equus grevyi and L. burch^lli are 
figured in the text. 

1095 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Mounted Head of a rare Antelope {^Epy- 
cero8 peter si).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 460, 461. 
A figure of the head is given in the text. 

1096 
[Exhibition of a photograph of Gra- 
vy's Zebra.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 461. 
This ])hotograph of Equus grevyi was taken 
by Mr. Gambler Bolton from the type specimen 
in the Paris Museum. 

1097 
[Remarks upon a map transmitted by 
M. P. A. Picliot, C. M. Z. S.,sliowing the 
exact locality in which the Beaver is now 
found in the Delta of the Rhone.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 463. 
1098 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, 
September, and October, 1890.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. .589, 590, 
pis. xlvii, xlviii. 
Tragelaphus spekii aud Colobus ferrugineus are 
figured. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 67 



1099 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1890.] 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1890, pp. 646,647. 
1100 
Remarks on the fifth cubital remex of 
the wing in the Carinataj. 
Ibis, 1890, pp. 77 -83 
Observationa ou Ihe presence or ab-senco of the 
tiftb cubital leiiiex in the wiug of the various 
orders of tlio Carinatc birds The distal cubital 
romiwes, with ti eir attached tectrices inajores, of 
Pliasianus coickicus and Aquila chrysaetos are fig- 
ured in the text. 

1101 
On the Range of the Gn6,chero {Steator- 
nis caripensis) in South America. 
Ibis, 1890, pp. 335-339. 
A history of the occurrences of Steatornis cari- 
pensis in various localities in South America, 
■with a list of the principal references to this spe- 
cies 

1102 
On some Birds of the Argentine Re- 
public. By A. H. Holland. With notes 
by P. L. Sclater. 

Ibis, 18S0, pp. 424-428. 
A nominal li.st of 65 species, accompanied by 
Mr. Holland s field notes and remarks by Mr. 
Sclater ou some of tlie more interesting species. 
(See also Ibis, 1891, p. 16.) 
1103 
African Monkeys in the West Indies. 

Nttxire XLI, pp.368. 369 (1890). 
Letter on the occurrence of Cercopithecus calli- 
trichus in the West Indies. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 
79; Nature, XXI, p. 153, 1879.) . 

1104 
The White Rhinoceros. 

Nature, XLII, pp. 520, 521 (1890). 
Remarks on Rhinoceros siinits, which is shown 
to differ in many respects from R. hicornis. The 
heads of the two species are figured. 

1105 
The New Australian Mammal. 

Nature, XLII, p 645 (1890). 
Notes on the curious new mammal discovered 
in Central Australia by Dr. E. C. Stirling. 
(See also Nature, XLIV, p. 449, 1891.) 
1106 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1890.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 1. 
1107 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
sketches made by Lieut. W. E. Stairs, 
R. E., of the horns of a large Antelope 
apparently unkuovrn to science.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, pp. 1-3. 
The horn is figured in the text. 

1108 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon spec- 
imens of three species of Purple Water 
Hens (Porphijrio iJoUoceplialus, P. cwru- 
leus, and F. sniaragdonotus).] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, pp.47, 48. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1891.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1391, p. 121. 

1110 
On a second collection of Birds from 
the Province of Tarapaca, northern Chili. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, pp. 131-137, 
pi. xiii. 

An annotated list of 53 species, of which Pltry- 
gilu^ coracinus is described as new and figured. 
A map of the vicinity of Tarapaca is given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 
395). 

1111 
[Rejjort on tlie additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1891.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 179. 

1112 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of Macgregor's Paradise Bird 
( Cnemophilus macgregori).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 179. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon two 
specimens of the Horns of an Antelope 
from Somaliland.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 197. 

These horns undoubtedly belonged to the spe- 
cies of antelope which had been recently de- 
scribed by Mr. Thomas as Cervicapra clarkei. 

1114 i 

[Exhibition of skins of the Ounce (Fe- 
Hs uncia) and remarks upon its geo- 
graphical distribution.] 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 197. 
1115 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1891.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 212. 
1116 
[Remarks upon the breeding of Trage- 
laphits grattts in the Gardens of the Zoo- 
logical Society of Amsterdam.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 213. 
1117 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1891.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 301. 
1118 
[General remarks upon the Fauna of 
British Central Africa.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, pp. 301-305. 
A summary of the state of knowledge of the 
fauna of British Central Africa, and a list of the 
literature relating thereto. 

1119 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie inMay, 1891.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 326. 
1120 
[Remarks ou interesting animals ob- 
served during a visit to the Zoological 



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Gardens of Paris, Ghent, Antwerp, Rot- 
terdam, Amsterdam, and The Hague.] 
Froc Zool. Soc. London, 1891(.pp. 326, 327. 

1121 
[Remarks on the Sea Eagles, referred 
to naliaiitus pelagwus, living in the Ham- 
burg Zoological Gardens.] 

Fruc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 374. 

One of these specimens having heen incorrectly 
determined, as pointed out in a communication 
from Dr. Bolan, Mr. Sclater refers it to Ilalia'ctus 
branickii, Tacz. 

1122 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1891.] 

Froc, Zool. Sue. London, 1891, pp. 464, 465. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1891.] 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 486. 

/ 1124 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
specimen of a Shearwater {Puffinus cja- 
via) from Australia.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 627. 



' Further notes on the Birds of the Ar- 
gentine Republic. By A. H. Holland. 
With remarks by P. L. Sclater. 

Ibis, 1891, pp. 16-20. 
A list of 46 species, accompanied by Mr. Hol- 
land's field notes and remarks by Mr. Sclater. 
(See also Ibis, 1890, p. 424.) 



The Spotted-billed Pelican {Pelecanus 
manillensis) . 

Ibis, 1891, pp. 151, 152. 

Note on the most likely locality in India to pro- 
cure specimens of Felecdniis manillensis. 

1127 
Remarks on Macgregor's Paradise Bird 
{ Cnemophilus macgregori). 
Ibis, 1891, pp. 414, 415, pi. x. 
Cnemophilus macgregori is figured and remarked 
upon. 

1128 
On recent advances in our knowledge 
<of the Geographical Distribution of Birds. 
Ibis, 1891, pp. 514-557. 
A reprint, with slight modifications, of an ad- 
dress delivered to the Second International Orni- 
thological Congress, at Budapest, in May. 1891. 
being a review of tlie principal additions' to the 
literature of geographical ornithology since 1875. 

1129 
Porpoises in the Victoria Nyanza. 

Nature,'Kl.lY,p.l2l (1891). 
Letter on the improbability of Porpoises occur- 
ring in Lake V ictoria Nyanza, as had been asserted 
by l)r. Carl Peters. 

1130 
The new Australian Marsupial Mole, 
Notoryctes iypldops. 
. Nature, XHV, p. 449 (1891). 



Kemarks on Notoryctes typhlops, with an ex- 
tract of a letter from Dr. E. C. Stirling, contain- 
ing notes on its habits and habitat. 

(See also Nature, XLII, p. 645, 1890.) 
1131 

The Bird collections in the Oxford Uni- 
versity Museum. 

Nature, XLIV, p. 518 (1891). 
Letter on the condition of the collections of 
birds in the Oxford University Museum, and sug- 
gestions for their arrangement. 

(See also Ibis, 1892, p. 186; 1893, p. 156.) 
1132 
Opportunity for a Naturalist. 

Nature. XLV, pp. 174, 269 (1891-92). 
Letters on an opportunity for a naturalist to 
visit Argentina for the purpose of collecting 
bird skins. 

1133 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November and Decem- 
ber, 1891.] 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 1, 2. 
1134 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1892.] 
Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 76. 
1135 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
Egg and Young of the Partridge Bronze- 
wing Pigeon {Geophaps scripta).'\ 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 76, 77. 
Critical remarks on Dr. Sharpe's proposal to 
alter the systematic position of the Geophabes. 

1136 
On a small collection of Mammals 
brought by Mr. A. Sharpe from Nyassa- 
land. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 97, 98. 
Notes on eight species of mammals. 

1137 
On a new Antelope from Somaliland 
and on some other specimens of Antelopes 
from the same country. 

Froc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 98-102, pi. v. 
Bubalis sivaynei is described and its head fig- 
ured. Ten other species of antelopes from Soniaii- 
land are enumerated and remarked upon. The 
head and neck of Lithocranius walleri, and the 
skull and horns of Bxibalis swaynei, are figured in 
the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 
117, 257.) 

1138 
[Exhibition of, and remarks upon, some 
"Spinning" or " Japanese" Mice.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 117. 
1139 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
series of Mounted Heads of Antelopes be- 
longing to Captain Swayue, including one 
of Bubalis stvaynei.'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 117, 118. 
These heads belonged to eight difterent species. 
A list of the species of Somaliland antelopes (12 
in number), with their native names, is given. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 
98, 257.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 69 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1892.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 174. 

1141 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Skin of the Wild Ass of Somaliland 
(Equus asiniis somaHciis).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 195. 
(Seealso Proc. ^00?. Hoc. London, 1884, p. 538.) 

1142 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1892, and list of 
Giraffes that have lived in the Society's 
Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 256, 257. 

1143 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon two 
mounted heads of Swayne's Antelope 
{BuhaJis ■nvaijtiei).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 257, 258. 
(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 
98, 117.) 

1144 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1892.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 299. 

1145 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
nearly perfect Egg of J^pyornis medius.'\ 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Londun,lS92, p. 299. 

1146 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1892.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 470, 471. 
The male ami female of Rypocolius ampelinus 
are figured in the text. 

1147 
[Remarks on interesting animals ob- 
served during a visit to the Zoological 
Gardens of Rotterdam, The Hague, Am- 
sterdam, and Antwerp.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 471, 472. 



[Remarks upon the habits of a South 
African Snake {Dasypeltis scahrn).'] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 476. 
1149 
[Extracts from a letter from Mr. H. H. 
Johnstou, announcing the dispatch of 
specimens from the Shir6 Highlands.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 477. 
1150 
On a collection of Birds from the Island 
of Anguilla, West Indies. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 498-500. 
A list of 16 apeciea, with remarks upon them. 

1151 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1892.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 541. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie-- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1892, and de- 
scription of a new Monkey of the genus 
Cerco2}Uhecus.~\ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, pp. 579-581, pi. 
xl. 

Cerco-pithecns stair.n is described and figured. 



[Exhibition of, on behalf of Thomas 
Ground, and remarks upon a specimen of 
the Siberian Pectoral Sandpiper, shot on 
Breydou mudflats, Norfolk.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 581. 

1154 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1892.] 
Proo. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 594. 

1155 
The Bird Collections in the Oxford Uni- 
versity Museum.] 

Ibis, 1892, pp. 186, 187, 
Remarks on the condition of the bird collec- 
tions in the Oxford Dniversity Museum, and sug- 
gestions for ]>roperly arranging them. 

(See also Xature, XLIV, p. 518 (1891) ; Ibis 
1893, p. 156.) 

1156 
On the Avifauna of the Lower Pilco- 
mayo. By .1. Graham Kerr. With notes 
by the editor [P. L. Sclater]. 
Ibis, 1892, pp. 120-152, pi. iii. 
A list of 174 species, accompanied by Mr. Gra- 
ham Kerr's field notes and remarks by Mr. 
Sclater. 

1157 
Note on CalUste margarethce. 

/6w, 1892, p. 351. 
Note on the probable identity of Mr. Allen's 
newly described CalUste margarethce and Vieil- 
lot's Tanagra formosa. 

1158 
Remarks on the correct generic name 
of the Linnets. 

Ibis, 1892, pp. 555-557. 
Remarks showing that Cannabina should be 
adopted as the generic name for the Linnets. The 
synonyms of the genus are given. 

1159 
[Exhibition of, to a meeting of the 
British Ornithologists' Club, and re- 
marks upon a specimen of Paramylhia 
montium.^ 

Pull. British Orn. Club, I, pp. xvi, svii 
(1892). 

1160 
The Antelopes of Somaliland. 

Natural Science, I, pp. 255-265 (1892). 
An illustrated resum6 of the antelopes of 
Somaliland. Twelve species known to inhabit 
that country are enumerated. 

1161 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1892.] 
Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 1893, p. 1. 



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BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Remarks on a rare Argentine Bird, 
Xenopsaris albinucha. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 166-168, pi. 
vii. 
Xenopsaris albinucha (Burm.) is cbaracterized, i 
figured, and remarked upon. 

1163 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1893.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 168. 



[Exhibition of and remarks on behalf 
of Mr. R. M. Barringtou upon an example 
of the Antarctic Sbeathbill (('/(ioKts alba) 
killed on the coast of Irebind.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 178. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1893.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 237. 



On a now African Monkey of the genus 
Cercopithecns, with a list of the known 
sj)ecie8. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 243-258, pis. 

xvl, xvii. 
A review of the species of the genus Cerco- 
pithecn.s. Thirty-one species known and l.l not 
known to the author are enumerated. Cerco- 
pithecus .■ichiiridfi and C. nioloneyi are figured, the 
latterof wliich is described 'in anew species. The 
bead of O. brazzce is figured in the text. 

(See also Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893,p. 441). 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1893.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. S25. 

1168 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Skin of a variety of the Pig-tailed Mon- 
key {Macacns 7iemeslriniis.)'\ 

Proc. Zool. Sue. London, 1893, p. 325. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1893. J 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 435 



[Remarks on the protrusion of a fleshy 
mass from the cloaca occasionally exhib- 
ited by the Greater Vasa Parrot.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 435. 
This habit of the female Coracopsis vasa, pre- 
svimably due to sexual excitement, had been 
previously noticed on two occasions (cf. Proc. 
Zool. Soc. London, 1884, pp. 410, 562) . 



[List of the dates of receipt from the 
printers of the sheets of the Society's 
"Proceedings" from 1831 to 18.59, inclu- 
sive.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 435-440. 



Additional notes on the Monkeys of 
the genus Cercopithecns. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 441-444, pi. 

xxxiii. 
Supplementary notes to a former communica- 
tion (cf. Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 243), con- 
taining remarks on Cercopithecus bourtourlinii and 
C. brazzce. The former species is figured in the 
text, the latter on a plate. 

1173 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1893.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 505, pi. 
xxxix. 
The female and young of Cobus ellipsiprymnus 
are figured. 

1174 

[Exhibition of and remarks upon some 
Skins of Mammals obtained in the Shir6 
Highlands, British Central African Pro- 
tectorate.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 506, 507. 

Komarks on the skins of eight species of mam- 
mals from the Shir6 Highlands, which were ex- 
hibited to a meeting of the Zoological Society of 
London. 

1175 

On some Horns belonging, apparently, 
to a new foi-m of African Rhinoceros. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 514-517. 

The dimensions and wood-cut illustrations are 
given of two remarkable horns of a species of 
Khiuoceros from Udulia, near Speke Gulf, East 
Africa, to which the provisional name Rhinoceros 
bicornis hulinivoodi is applied. 

1176 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon two 
Eggs of the Cape Coly (Colius capensis) 
laid in the Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 528, 529. 
1177 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1893.] 

Proc. Zool. Sue. London, 1893, pp. 612, 613. 
1178 
[Renuirks on the Zoological Gardens 
of Stuttgart, Frankfort, and Cologne.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 613. 
1179 
[Remarks ujion the breeding of Mon- 
keys during the last ten years in the 
Society's Gardens.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 615, 616. 
A list of the species of the genera Macacus and 
Cercopithecus that have bred during the last ten 
years in the Zoological Society's Menagerie, with 
an illustration of a female Ce'^rcopithecus lalandii, 
and its young in the act of sucking its two teats 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1893.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 691. 
1181 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
mounted specimen of Cercopithecus albi- 
gnlaris from the Leyden Museum.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 691. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 71 



Noto on the strange fact that Cercnpithecus al- 
bigulann should inhabit both East and West 
Africa. 

1182 

On some specimens of Mammals from 
Lake Mweru, British Ceutral Africa, 
trausmitted by Vice-Consul Alfred 
Sharpe. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 723-729. 
An extract from Mr. Sharpe'.s letter coiitaiuing 
an arcoinit of t!io animals met with by him dur- 
ing his journey from the north end of Lake Nyassa 
to Lake Mweru and the Luapula, with a li.st of 
and remarks upon 17 species of mammals, of 
which Gcrcoyithecus opisthostictus and Cobus craw- 
shayi are described as new. Tlie skull and horns 
of Cobus crawshayi are figured in the text. 

1183 
[Report ou the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1893.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 189:!, pp. 729, 730. 
Capra caucasica, $ , is figured in the text. 

1184 
List of Birds collected by Mr. Alexan- 
der Whyte, F. Z. S., in Nyassaland. By 
Capt. G. E. Shelley, F. 'z. S. With a 
preface by the editor. 

Ibis, 1893, pp. 1-6, pis. i-iii. 
Prefatory notes to Captain Shelley's paper on 
Mr.VVhyte's collection of birds from Nyassaland. 

1185 
[The Bird Collections in the Oxford 
University Museum.] 
Ibis, 1893, pp. 156, 157. 
Note on the progress made in the arrangement 
of the bird (U)lk'ctious in the the Oxford Univer- 
sity Museum. 

(See also Nature, XLIV, p. 518 (1891) ; Ibis. 
1892, p. 186.) 

1186 
Birds of Antigua, West Indies. 

Ibis, 1893, p. 158. 
A correction with regard to a statement made 
by the author that the ornis of Anguilla was 
entirely unknown. 

(See Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 498.) 
1187 
On the occurrence of the Sharp-tailed 
Sandpiper ( Tringa acuminata) in Norfolk. 
By Henry Seebohm. With an appendix 
by the editor. 

Ibis, 1893, pp. 181-185, pi. v. 
The synonymy of Tringa acuminata is ap- 
pended to Mr. Seebohms remarks on tliis bird. 
A figure of the bird, and an illustration, in the 
text, of its tail, are also given. 



Notes on raramythiamontium ami Aina- 
locichla sclateriana. 

Ibis, 1893, pp. 243-246, pi. vii. 

Notes on the systematic positions of Paratny- 
thia montiuin and Amalocichla sclateriana, and 
reprints of Mr. De Vis's original dcscripticms of 
them. The former .species is figured, and its bill, 
head and foot are illustrated in the text. 

1189 
Note on the proper use of the generic 
terms Certhiola and Cmreba. 
Ibis, 1893, pp. 246, 247. 



Notes ])ointing out that the terms Certhiola 
and Coereba should be employed, respectively, for 
the Sugar Birds of the West Indies and the Blue 
Creepers of South America. 

1190 
[Note ou the "Crocodile Bird" of the 
Nile.] 

i6w,1893, p. 277. 
A postscript to Mr. Cook's letter on the " Croc- 
odile Bird" {Uoplopterus spinosus) of the Nile. 

1191 
Great Bustards in the Zoological So- 
ciety's Gardens. 

Ibis, 1893, pp. 476, 477. 
Note on the Great Bustard (Otis tarda) breed- 
ing in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of 



London. 



1192 



Field notes ou the Birds of Estaucia 
Sta. Elena, Argentine Republic. By A. 
H. Holland. With remarks by P. L. 
Sclater. 

Ibis, 1893, pp. 483-488. 

Fifteen species are enumerated, accompanied by 
Mr. Holland's field notes and remarks by Mr. 
Sclater. 

1193 

The Jellyfish of Lake Urumiah. 

Nature, XL VIII, p. 294 (1893). 

Letter on the occurrence of a 'Jellyfish" or 
Medusa in Lake Urumiah, Persia. 

1194 
The "Zoological Record." 

Nature, XLIX, pp. 123, 124 (1893). 
A reply to Messrs. Pocock and Bather's letter 
(cf. Nature, XLIX, p. 53) on the desirability of 
including Palseozoology in the "Zoological llec- 
ord," and a copy of the correspondence witli the 
Geological Society on this subject. 

1195 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a prepared wing 
and tail of the Martiueta Tinamou.] 
Bull. British Orn. Club, I, p. xxiv (1893). 
1196 
[Extract from a letter from Dr. Ilart- 
laub on the distinctness of Pennula ecau- 
f^rtto(King) and P. sandwichensis {(im.).] 
Bull. British Orn. Club, I, p. xxiv (1893). 
1197 
[Aden suggested as a convenient phice 
for an Ornithological Excursion ] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, I, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv 
(1893). 

1198 

[Remarks on the series of mounted 
specimens of Italian Birds in the Flor- 
ence Museum, and ou the migratory 
birds which had visited the S. S. Oniba 
between Gibraltar and Malta from March 
29to Aprill, 1893.] 

Bull. British Orn. C'iM?^ I, p. xliii (1893). 

1199 

[Exhibition of, to a meeting of the 

British Ornithologists" Club, and remarks 

upon a specimen of Phalaropua fulicar- 

ius from Chili.] 

Bull. British Orn, Club, I, p. Iv (1893) 



72 



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1200 
[Exhibition of, to a meeting of the 
British Ornithologists' Clnh, and remarks 
on a specimen of Geophaps pJumifera.~\ 

Bull. British Orn. Club, I, pp. Iv, Ivi (1893). 

1201 
Chairman's address on opening the sec- 
ond session of the British Ornithologists' 
Club (October 18, 1893). 

Bull. British Orn. Club, III, pp. 1-4 (1893). 
A sketch of the recent events in the ornitho- 
logical world. 

1202 
[Exhibition of, to a meeting of the 
British Ornithologists' Club, and remarks 
njjon a variety of Fsittacus erithaciis.] 
Bull. British Orn. Club, III, p. vii (1893). 

, 1203 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the Brit- 
ish Ornithologists' Club of specimens of 
the eggs of Fodager nacunda and Hydrop- 
salis furcifera.'] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, III, p. vii (1893). 
1204 
The Mammals of Kilima-Njaro. 

Natural Science, II, p. 257 (1893). 
An illustrated account of the mammal fauna 
of Kilima-Njaro, with a list of literature on this 
subject. 

1205 
The Nearctic Eegion and its Mammals. 

Natural Science, III, pp. 288-292 (1893). 
Critical remarks on Messrs. J. A. Allen's and 
C. Hart Merriam's papers on the geograijhical 
distribution of mammals in North America. 

1206 
On the typical forms of Vertebrated 
Life suitable for Exhibition in Local 
Museums. 

Bep. of Proc. of the Museums Assoc, pp. 95- 

99, July, 1893. 
An abstract of a paper, read before the Mu.se- 
ums Association at their London meeting in 
July, 1893, on the most desirable objects to be ex- 
hibited in a local museum. A list of the existing 
orders of vertebrates, with the type of each order 
suitable for exhibition, is given. 

1207 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1893.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 1. 
1208 
[Exhibition ot and remarks upon a 
coloured drawing of the head of Cerco- 
pitheous erythrogaster.l 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 1. 
1209 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1894. 
Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 1894, p. 92. 
1210 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
mounted specimen of the River Hog of 
Madagascar (Po/a»»oc/iO?r«sefifu'arf?si), with 
notes on its habits by Mr. J. T. Last.] 
Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 92-94. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
stuffed specimen of the AVhite-billed 
Great Northern Diver {Colymhus adamsi) 
from Norway.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 94. 

1212 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in February, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. .S'oc. London, 1894, pp. 162-164. 
A figure of the young King Vulture in down 
plumage is figured in the text. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
photograjih of a young male Gaur or In- 
dian Bison (Bos (jaurus).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 249, 250 

1214 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 316. 

1215 
Remarks on the specimens of Protop- 
leriis annectens living in the Society's 
reptile house. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 353, 354. 



1216 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 390, 391. 

1217 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in May, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 456. 

1218 
[Remarks upon animals observed in 
the Zoological Gardeus of Rotterdam, 
Amsterdam, Hanover, Berlin, and Ham- 
burg.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 456, 457. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Skin of an African Monkey {Cercopithecus 
diuua iqiiitus).'} 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 484. 

1220 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon tlie 
typical specimen of Cercopithecus grayi, 
Fraser.] 

Proo. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 484, 485. 

1221 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in June, July, August, and 
September, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 594-596. 

1222 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in October, 1894.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 654. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 73 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in November, 1894.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 693, 694, pi. 
xlvi. 
Dendrolagus bennettianus is figured and char- 
acterized. 

1224 
Ornithology at Munich, Stuttgart, 
Darmstadt, Frankfort, and Cassel. 

Ibis, 1894, pp. 106-108. 
Remarks upon tlio collections of birds in tbe 
museums of the above-mentioned cities. 



On the Birds of Uruguay. By O. V. 
Aplin. With an introduction and notes 
by P. L. Sclater. 

Ibis, 1894, pp. 149-215, pi. v. 

Observations on 139 species, with figures of the 
eggs of 7 species. 

1226 
Remarks on the Birds of Antarctica. 

Ibis, 1894, pp. 494-501. 
Remarks on the present state of knowledge of 
the avifauna of the Antarctic Continent. 

1227 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a needle used by 
the natives of North Queensland made 
from the stem of a feather.] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, III, pp. xxii, xxiii 
(1894). 



[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a skin of a Rail 
(A'inaurolimnas concolor) from Lima, 
Peru.] 

Bull. British Orn. Chib, III, p. xxiii (1894). 



[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a skin of a Hemi- 
pode from Nyassaland.] 

Bull. British Orn. Ch(&,III,p. xxx (1894). 



[Remarks on the great inconvenience 
that would arise if the "Scomber scom- 
ber " jjrinciple was adopted in ornitho- 
logical nomenclature.] 

Bull. British Orn. CTm^, III, p. xxxiii (1894). 
(For list of publications subsequent 



[Exhibition to a meeting of the Brit- 
ish Ornithologists' Club of Skins of Ara 
auricolUs, rio)ius lacerus, and Chryaotis 
tucumana from Argentina.] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, 111 p.xlv (1894). 
1232 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the Brit- 
ish Ornithologists' Club of two t^ggs of 
Phibalura flu vivostris. ] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, III, p. xlvi a894) 
1233 
Chairman's address on opening the 
third session of the British Ornitholo- 
gists' Club, 1894. 

Bull. British Orn. Club, IV, pp. 1-6 (1894). 
1234 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the Brit- 
ish Ornithologists' Club of the Eggs of 
two species of Macaw, Ara militaris and 
A. ararauna, which had been laid in cap- 
tivity.] 

Bull. British Orn. OiM&,IV,p. vi (1894). 
1235 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a Skin of Phalaro- 
pus wilsoni from the Falkland Islands.] 
Bull. British Orn. Club, IV, p. vi (1894). 
1236 
[Exhibition to a meeting of the British 
Ornithologists' Club of a skin of Falco 
punicus whicli had been captured in the 
Mediterranean. ] 

Bull. British Orn. Club, IV, p. xv (1894). 
1237 
[Remarks on Reiser's work "Materia- 
len zu einer Oruis Balkanica."] 

Bull British Orn. Club, IV, p. xv (1894). 
1238 

The new Cypress of Nyassaland. 

Nature, LI, pp. 85-87 (1894). 
Remarks upon and figure of the cypress (Wid- 
dringtonia whytei) discovered on the plateau of 
Milanji in Nyassaland by Mr. Alexander Whyte. 

1239 
Animals not yet in the Zoo. 

Science Gossip, N. S., 1, pp. 25-28 (1894). 
An illustrated account of certain animals that 
have never been exhibited in the Gardens of the 
Zoological Society of London, with suggestions 
for the best means of capturing them and send- 
ing them home. 

to December, 1894, see Appendix.) 



PART III. 
LIST OF NEW FAMILIES AND GENERA DESCRIBED. 



Name. 



A gathopus 

Aiicistrops, Scl. MS. . . 
Ancylorhinus, nom. 

eniend. pro Agrilo- 

rhinus, Bp. 
AutilocapridJB 

CfBnotriccus 

Caloehfetes 

Calodromas 

Calopitta (sect.) 

Camptostonia 

Carenochrous (n. sect.) 

Catharopeza 

Centropelma 

Centropsar 

Cercomacra 

Chfetoptila 

ChamiBospiza 

Chirocylla 

Chloreuphonia, nom. 

emend, pro Chloro- 

phonia, Bp. 

Chlorura 

Chroocephalns, nom. 

emend, pro Chroico- 

ceplialus, Eyton. 
Clibanornia 

Cnipodectes 

Coracopitta 

Creurgops, Verr. MS. 

Cura?ua 

Delothraupis 

Dendrocycna, nom. 

emend, pro Dendro- 

cygna. 

Dendromanes 

Diglossopis 

Diplopsalis 

Di.saodectes 

Diva 

Donacicola, nom. 

emend. proDonacola, 

Gould. 
Drepanornis 

Erapidochanes 

Eucliffites, Verr. MS.. 

Eucometis 



Type species. 



Agathopu.9 microptorus, Scl. 
Anabates lineaticeps, Scl... 



Antilocapra americana, Gray. 

Muscicapa (Todirostrum) 

ruficeps, Lafr. 

Euchastes coccineus, Scl 

Eudromia elegans, d'Orb. et 

Geoffr. 
Pitta maxima, Miill.etSchleg. 



Campto.stoma imberbe, Scl . . 
Arremon rufinucha, Tschudi 

Leucopeza bishopi, Lawr 

Podiceps raicropterus, Gould 
Centropsar mirus, Scl 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 69. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 157 (1862). 
Ibis, 1875, p. 204 



Myrmothera cferulescens, 

Vieill. 
Entomyza angustipluma, 

Cass. 

Pipilo torquatus, Du Bus 

Lathria uropygialis, Scl. et 

Salv. 




Anabates dendroeolaptoides, 

Temm. MS. et Pelz. 
Cyclorhy nchus subbrunneus, 

Scl. 
Melampitta lugubris, Schleg. 

Creurgops verticalis, Verr. 
MS. 

Turdus cnrseus, Molina 

Calliste castaneoventris, Scl.. 



Dendrocincla anabatina, Scl. 
Diglossopis cserulcsceus, Scl. 

Hydropsalis climacocorcus, 

T.scb. 

Falco ardesiacus, Vieill 

Tauagra (Eupboue ?) vassorii, 

Lafr. et Boiss. 

Drepanornis albertisi, Scl... 

Muscicapa oliva, Bodd 

Eucbaetes coccineus, Verr. 

MS. 
Tanagra penicillata, Spi.^... 



Rep. Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci., 1866, pt. 2, 

p. 78. 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, pp. 64, 86, 

(1888). 

Ibis, 1879, p. 388 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 153, 156 

(1873). 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, pp. 414, 419 

(1888). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 203. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 87 

Ibis, 1880. p. 74, pl.i 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 189, pi. xcv (1869) . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 176, 

d1. xxvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 244. . . 

Ibis, 1871, p. 358 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 304. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 357, 

pi. xxxii. 
Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 94 

Cat. American Birds, p. 117 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 576. . . 



Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 61, 155 

(1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 281 ... , 

Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, pp. 412, 449 

(1888). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 73, 

pi. exxxii, fig. 2. 

Cat. American Birds, p. 139 (1862) 

Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XI, pp. 139, 142 

(1886). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 508. . . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 382. . . 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 2, 

XVII, p. 467 (1856). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 141. . . 

Proc. Zool. S,oc. London, 1864, p. 248. . . 
Tanagrarum Catalogus Specificus, 

pp. 13, 16 (1854). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 449. . . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 560, 

pi. xlvii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 112 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 73, pi. 

exxxii, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 117 

75 



76 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new families and genera described — Continued. 



Name. 



Type species. 



Place of description. 



No. of 
paper. 



Eucorystes 
Eumomota. 



Euprcpiste 

Eupsilostoma 

EuHcbemoii 

Eutrygon, nom. emend, 
pro. Triigon, Puch. 

Glossiptila 

Grallaricula 

G j'mnocichla 

Gymnopelia 



Gymnostinops. 



Cassicus wagleri, Gray and 

Mitch. 
Prionites (Crypticus) .super- 

ciliaris, Jard. and Selb. 
Tanagra biasilieiisis, Linn... 

Muscicapa eximia, Temm 

Tanagra llava, ( Jm 



Motacilla campestris, Linn. . 

Grallaria flavirostris, Scl 

Myiotliera niuliceps, Cass 

C o 1 u m b a »'rj'tlirothorax, 

Meyen. 
Cacicus montezuma, Less... 



TTapaloptila 

Heleothreptiis, nom. 

emend, pro Eleoth. 

reptus. Gray. 
Heliciira, nom. emend. 

pro. Ilicura, Keich- 

enb., et Heilicura, 

Salv. 

Hemidacnis 

Honicorbina, nom. 

emend, pro Hotero- 

rhina, Baird. 
Hoterocercus, Hartl. 

MS. 

Heterocnemis 

Hirundinapu-s (n. sect.) 

Hyetornis 

Hylexetastes 

Hylophorba 



Malacoptila castanea, Verr. . . 



Piprseidea albiventris, ScL 



Etenia linteata, Strickl. 



Sitta naevia, Gmel 

Hirundo caudacuta, Lath... 

Cuculus pliivialis, Gm 

Dendrocolaptes perroti, Lafr. 
Hylophorba ruticilla, Scl 



Indicatoridm 

Iridoruis, nom. emend. 

j)ro Iridosornis,Les.s. 

Laletes 



Laletes osbiirni, Scl. 



Latbriosoma, Bp. MS.. 

Legatus 

Leiicopeza 



Lipaugiis rufescens, Scl 

Tyrauuus albicoUis, Vieill . 
Leucopeza semperi, Scl 



Leucojibantes ... 

Limnopbye.s 

Liosceles' 

Macropsalis 

Malacotbranpis. . 



Margarops ... 
Mecocerculu.s. 



Melanocharis . 
Melanoptila .. 

Melidectes 

Melipotes 

Metopotbrix . . 
Microbates . . . 



Leucopbantes bracbyurus, 

Scl. 
Limuornis c u r v i r o s t r i s , 

Gould. 
Pteroptocbus thoracicus, Scl. 

Caprimulgus forcipatus, 

Nitzscb. 
Malacotbraupi.s dentata, Scl. 

ot Salv. 

Tiirdus fuscatus, Vieill 

Fluvicola leucopbrys, Lafr. 

et DOrb. 
Dicasum nigrum, Less 



Microcerctilus 

Microcbelidon (chang- 
ed to Neocbelidon). 

Micromonacha 

Microrhopias 



Mimocichla (n. sect.).. 
Mitrepborus 



Momotida>, new family 
name instead of Pri- 
onitidfE. 



Melanoptila glabrirostris, 

Scl. 
Melidectes torqnatus, Scl 



Melipotes gymnops, Scl 

Metopotbrix aurantiacus, 

Scl. et Salv. 
Microbates torquatus, Scl. et 

Salv. 

Turdua bambla, Bodd 

Petrocbelidou tibialis, Cass.. 



Bucco lanceolatus, Deville . . . 
Tbamnopbilus qui sen sis, 

Corn. 

Turdus rubripes, Temm 

Tyrannula, I Sclater, P. Z. 

'S., 1856, p. 296. 



Ibis, 1883, p. 147 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 257. . . 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 95 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 69 

Contr. to Ornitbology , 1851, p. 94 

Journ. of Proc. of Linn. Soc. London 

(Zool.), II, p. 168(1858). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18i56, p. 269. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 283. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 274. . . 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pj). 133, 156 

(1873). 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XI, pp. 309, 312 

(1886). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 777... 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 143. . . 



Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 311 (1888) . . 



Cat. American Birds, p. 50 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 170. . . 

Cat. A merican Birds, p. 245 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 146. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 607. . . 

Cat. American Birds, p. 321 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 34 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 326, 
pi. xiii. 

Ibis, 1870, p. 180 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 227. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 72, pi. 

xiv, fig. 2. 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 354(1888) . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 46 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 14, pi. 

ii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 691, 

pi. liii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1889, p. 34 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 609, 

pi. xxxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 143. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 353, 

pi. xxxi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 335. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon. 1862, p. 113. . . 

Journ. of Proc. of Linn. Soc. London 

(Zool.), II, p. 157 (1858). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 275. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soo. London, 1873, p. 694, 

pi. Iv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 695, 

pi. Ivi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 190, 

pi. xviii. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 72, 155 

(1873). 

Cat. American Birds, p. 19 (1862) 

Cat. American Birds, p. 39 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 777. . . 
Cat. American Birds, p. 182 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 336. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 44 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 248. . . 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 77 

List of new families and geiivra described — Coutiuued. 



Name. 



Type species. 



Place of deacriptiou. 



Ko. of 
paper. 



Morococeys 

Myiozetete.s, n o lu . 

enieiul. proMyiozeta, 

Up. 
Myrmelastes 



Myrmothernla 

Neoehelidon 

Neochloe 

Neocorys 

Neocrex 

Neoctantes 

Neopelma (n. sect.). 
Neopipo 



Neorliynchws (to re- 
place Callirliyiichus, 
preoccupied). 

Neph(6cetes (n. sect.). 

Nesoceleus 



Nesopsar 

Nesospingus. 



Nonniila 

Nothoprocta. 



Ochthornis 

< )imiiatoruis, Sol. MS. . 
Oncostoma 



Opopsitta.. 
Oreomaners. 



Oreothraupis 
Ortygocichla. 



Pauxis, nom. emend, 
pro. Paiixi, Temm. 

Phaiornis 

Pliainopepla 

Phlogopsis, nom. emend, 

pro Phlegopsis, Reich. 

Phlogotliraupis 



Pipridea, nom. emend. 

pro Piprajidea, 

Swains. 
Placellodomus, err. pro 

P li a c e 1 1 o d o m u 8 , 

Reichenb. 
Podocliaites 



Polioptila... 
Polyclilorus 



Porphyrospiza. 



Potamopsar 

Prionirliyuchus 



Pscndodacnis.. 
Pseudoleistes.. 
Psilorhamphus 



Pygiptila 

Rtiyncbostrutlius. 



Semimerula (n. sect.) . 
Siphonorhis 



Sphenopsis .. 
Spodiornis... 
Stegnolaema , 
Stigmatura . . 



Sublegatus 

Tabara, err. pro Tar- 
aba, Less. 



Piaya erythropygia, Less — 



Myrmelastes plumbeus, ScL . 

Mnscicapa pygmrea, GracL . . 
Petrochelidon tibialis, Cass.. 

Neocldoe brevi])ennis, Scl 

Alaiida spragiiii, Aud 

Porzana erytlirops. Scl 

Xeuoi)s niger, Natt. MS. Pelz. 
Mnscicapa aiirifrons. Max... 
Keopipo rubicunda, Scl. et 

Salv. 
Callirliynchus masesus, Bp.. 



Hirundo nigra, Gm 

Colaptes fernandinaj, Vig — 

Icterus nigerrimus, Osbnrn., 
Chlorospiugus speculiferus, 
Lawr. 

Bucco rubecula, Spix 

Crypinrus perdicarius, Kittl 



Elainea littoralis, Pelz 

Merulaxis orthonyx, Lafr. . . 
Todirostrum cinereigulai^e, 

Scl. 
Psitta cilia diophthalma, 

Hombr. et. Jacq. 
Oreomanes fraseri, Scl 



Saltator arremonops, Jardine, 
Ortygocichla rubiginosa, Scl . , 



TiBnioptera obscura, Cass. . . 
Ptilogouys nitens. Swains. . . 



Tanagra (Tachyphonus) san- 
guinolontus. Less. 



Caprimulgus leucopygius, 

Spix. 

Motacilla ca'rulea, Linn 

Psittacus polychlorus, Scop- 

oli, and Psittacodes wester- 

nianni, Bj). 
Cyanospiza cyaneUa, Pelz 



Icterus minor, Spix 

M o m o t u s platyrhyncbus, 

Leadb. 

Dacnis hartlaubi, Scl 

Orioliis viridis, Gm 

Leptorhynclius guttatus, 

M6net. 
Thamnophilns stellaris, Scl. 
Rhynchostruthus socotranus, 

Scl. et Hartl. 

Tardus gigas, Fraser 

Caprimulgus americanus, 

Linn. 

Spbenopsis ignobilis, Scl 

Spodiornis jardinii, Scl , 

Ortalida niontagnii, Bp 

Culicivora budytoides, Lafr. 

et D'Orb. 
Sublegatus glaber, Scl. et 

Salv. 
Thamuophilus major, Vieill.. 



Cat. American Birds, p. 322 (1862) . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 46. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1858, p. 274, 

pi. cxliii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 234 

Cat. American Birds, p. xvi (1862) . . . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 213 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857. p. 4 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 457 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 572 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 467. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 438, 

pi. XXX, fig. 3. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 147, 

pi. xii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 615. . . 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 101, 155 
(1873). 

Ibis, 1859, p. 457 

Ibis, 1885, p. 273 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1853, p. 124 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 153, 156 

(1873). 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XLV, pp. 3, 31 (1888) . 

Cat. American Birds, p. 169 (1862) 

Cat. American Birds, p. 208, pi. xviii, 

fig. 1(1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 227. . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 75, pi. 

clix. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 80 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1881, p. 452, pi. 

xxxix. 
Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 285 

(1875). 

Ibis, 1859, p. 327 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 543 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 276 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 21, 155 

(1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 265. . . . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 141. . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 135. . . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 11 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1857, p. 226. . . 



Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 30, 155 
(1873). 

Cat. American Birds, p. 141 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 256. . . 

Cat. B.Brit. Mus., XL pp. 86, 138 (1886) 

Cat. American Birds, p. 137 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 90 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 220. .. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 170, pi. 

xvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc: London, 1859, p. 332. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 77 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 379. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18'i6, p. 322. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 521. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 188. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 172, pi. 

xiii, flg. 2. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 172 (1862) 



78 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



List of vew families and genera described — Continued. 



Name. 



Thamnistes 

Tbamnocharis . 



Tliaumasius, n o m . 

emend, pro Thauma- 

tias, Gould. 
Thripadectes, Scl. MS. 

Thryomaiies 

ThyVorhina 

Todidaj 

Tyranneutes 



Uropsila. 



Type species. 



Thamnistes anabatinus, Scl. 

et Salv. 
Grallariadignissima, Scl. and 
Salv. 



Anabates flamniulatua,Eyton 
Troglodytes bewickii, And. .. 
Ciex schomburgk), Cab 



Tyranneutes brachyurus, Scl. 

et Salv. 
Troglodytes leucogastra, 

Gould. 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. See. London, 1860, p. 299. . . 

Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XV, pp. 306, 310 

(1890). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 146. . . 

Cat. American Birds, p. 157 (1862) 

Cat. American Birds, p. 22 (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 458. . . 

Ibis, 1872, p. 1 80 

Ibis, 1881, p. 268 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., pp. 7, 155 
(1873). 



No. of 
paper. 



182 

22 

811 



8 
448 
602 
891 

13 



PART IV. 
LIST OF NEW SPECIES DESCRIBED. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Accipiter collari.s 

(KaupMS.). 
liaplochroiis 






Ibis, 1860, p. 148, pi. vi.... 

Ibis, 1850, p. 275, pi. viii... 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 303. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 696. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 69. 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 

345 (1886). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 213. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 78. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 153. 
do 


201 


New Caledonia 




157 




385 


.Sgotheles albertisi . . . 

Agathopus microp- 

terus. 
Agelacus forbesi 


Atam, Arfak 
Mountains, New 
Guinea. 


D'Albertis Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


628 
116 




19 




do 


871 


Agriornis andicola 




do 


164 


Tinta Peru 


..do 


471 


pollens, new name 

for A. andicola, pre- 
occupied. 




do 


471 


Titiacun, Ecuador. 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 553. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 171. 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser.3, II,p.465 (1858). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 288. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 27. 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

.ser. 2, XVII, p. 468 (1856). 
do 


134 


Amydr us fratcr 




870 




Tristram Coll 


136 




Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 


Sall6Coll 


92 


laria. 
erythropterus 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


84 


E Peru 


94 




. . do . . . 


do 


94 


melanopezus 

pulvericolor 

(Lafr.MS.). 




do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 61. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 62. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 288. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 17. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 141. 

.do 


116 


. ...do 


Lafresnaye Coll 

Salle Coll 


116 


Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 


92 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


09 


MS.). 


Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 
do 


143 




do 


143 


Anabazeuopsguttula- 

tus. 
oleaginous 

variegaticepa 

Anseretes flavirostris . 
Anas melleri 


Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

Catamarca, A r - 
gentine Repub- 
lic. 

Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Tilotilo, Yungas, 
Bolivia. 

Madagascar 

Sandwich Islands . 

Santa F6 di Bo- 
gota. 
Sao Paulo, Brazil. 
Brazil 




Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1857, p. 272, pi. cxxx. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1883, p. 654. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 289. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 355. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 487, pi. xxxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 350. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 109, pi. ci. 

Ibis, 1878, p. 366, pi. X 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 586, pi. xlv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 255. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 439, pi. xxviii. 


114 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 

Sall6 Coll 


946 
92 


SalvinGodman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Royal Inst. , Woolwich. 

Challenger Coll. in 

Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


723 
326 


\vy villiana 

Antlius bogotensis 


782 

76 

804 




Brit. Mus 


392 






Neuchatel Mus 

SalvinGodman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


717 


Aramides calopterus. . 


Sarayacu, Ecuador 


786 



80 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of New Species Described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 






Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mua. 


Tanagraruin Catalogus 

Speciflcu8,pp.3,15(1854) ; 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 97. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

3856, p. 81. 
do 


2,58 
86 


devillii,Bp.MS... 

d'orbignii 


Goyaz, Brazil 

Tungas, Bolivia . 


do 


86 


erytbrorhynchus. 

myaticalis 

nigrirostris 

spectabilia 


Gould Coll 


Proc. Zool. Soc. liondon, 
1855, p. 83, pl.lxxxix. 

Rev.et Mag. de Zool., 1852, 
p. 8. 

Cat. B. Brit. Mua., XI, p. 
276 (1886). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 114, pl.lxvii. 
Nomencl.Av.Neotrop.iPp. 

25,157 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 101, pi. XV. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 133. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 357. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1872, p. 688, pi. Ivii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1860, p. 82. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 40. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 280. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 158. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 542. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 522. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 654. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 37. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 521. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864. p. 166. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 352. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 653, pi. Ixi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 170. 
Nomencl.Av.Neotrop.,pp. 

10, 156 (1873). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

I860, p. 251. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1865, p. 286, pi. ix, fig.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 84. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 128. 

Cat. B. Brit. Mua., XIX, 

p.l72a891). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 2.53, pi. xviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 15. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1879, p. 535. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 298. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 441. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 235, pi. XXXV, 

fig.l. 
Ibis 1879, p. 427 


74 




Mus. d'Hiat.Nat. Paria 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Gould Coll 


49 


Cosnipata, S. Peru 
Quijos, Ecuador. . . 

Bahia, Brazil 

Now Ireland 

(?) 


19 
59 


wuchereri 

Artamus insignis 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Tweeddale Coll. in 

Brit. Mus. 
(?) 


13 
750 

465 


saturata 

Ateles ruflventris 

Attagis cbimborazcn- 

si.s. 
Attila citriniventris.. 


Tilotilo and Apol- 
lo, Tungaa, Boli- 
via. 

R. Atrato, Colum- 
bia. 

Chiniborazo, Ec- 
uador. 

R. Ucayali 

Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Saray acu, Ecuador 

Antioquia,Colom- 

bia. 
do 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mua. 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 
do 

do 


723 

592 
164 
139 
180 


Automolus dorsalis. . . 

bolostictus 

ignobilis 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mua. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


848 
696 
825 




Brazil (?) 


... do 


946 


striaticeps 

Basileuterus caatanei- 
ceps. 


Bogota, Colombia. . 
Jina, Ecuador 


do 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mua. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


678 
759 
311 




Tilotilo, Tungaa, 
Bolivia. 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Carip6, Venezuela 

Coata Rica 


723 


-— fraaeri 

griseicepa 

leucopygiua 

mesocbrysus 


946 
435 


Sclater and Salvin- 
Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Hartlaub Coll 


13 

178 




341 


scmicervinua 

uropygialia 

Bracbygalba fulviven- 


Nanegal, Ecuador. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


165 
215 


Bogota 


do 


24 


tris. 


Lake of Valentia, 

Venezuela. 
Goyaz, Brazil; Gu- 

iii'ayoa Bolivia. 
Neclie, Antioquia. 

Brazil 


do ... 


473 


melanoaterna 


Professor Behn Coll., 

Kiel. 
Sclater Coll, and Sal- 

vm-Godman Coll. in 

Brit. Mus. 


69 
825 


Brotogerya chryso- 
aeraa, Natt. MS. 

Buarremon castanei- 
ceps. 

caataneifrons 


320 


Rio Kapo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Paramo de la Cu- 
lata, M e r i d a , 
Venezuela. 

Maravina, Ecua- 
dor. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


154 

686 

838 









BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 81 
List of new species described — Coutiuued. 



Name. 



Biiarremon elseoprorus 

inornatiis 

leucopis 



Locality. 



Santa Elena, An- 
tioquia. 

rallatanga, Ecua 
dor. 

Yauaj'aca, Ecua- 
dor, 
nielanolajiuua Khacliupata, Pom 

uiclanops Simacu, Bolivia . . 

■ nieridaj Mcrida, Venezu- 
ela. 
. natioui Lima, Peru 



phasopleurus : Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

apodionotus Guapulo, Ecua- 

! dor. 
taczauowskii i Higoa, Peru 



Bubalis swaynei 

Bucco dysoni, Gray 

MS. 
leucocrissus 



napensia, Scl. MS. 

picatua 



— luilmentum (Bp. 
et Verr. MS.) 

— radiatus 



Somaliland 
Honduras . 



Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Rio Napo 



atriatipectus . 

subtectua 



Buceros subcylindri- 

cus. 
Buteo fuliginosus — 



zonocercua . . . 

Buthraupis arcsei. 
chloronota . . . 



Cliamicuroa 

Upper Amazon. . 

Colombia 

Bolivia 



Esmeraldas, Ecua- 
dor. 
West Africa 



North Mexico . . . 
Guatemala 



Cacatua gymnopia 

oplithalmica 

Cactornia abingdoni.. 

pallida 

Calliste argyrofengea . 



— cabanisi (C. acla- 
teri, Cab.). 

— castaneoventria . 



castanonota.. 

• chrysonota... 

cbry.soplirys . 

■ coelicolor 

■ cyanescena... 
cyanopygia .. 

- cvanotia 



Cordillera de Chu- 

cn, Veragua. 
Ecuador 



South Australia.. 
Solomon Islands . . 

Abingdon Island, 

Galapagos. 
Indel'a tigabl e 

Island. 
Tilotilo, Yungas, 

Bolivia. 

Guatemala 

Bolivia 

South Brazil 

Cayenne 

Colombia, Vene- 
zuela, Trinidad. 
Colombia 

Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

Esmeraldas, Ecua- 
dor. 

Peru 



Location of type. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mua. 
do 



.do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 
....do 



Paris Mus . 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Brit. Mus . 
....do ..'.. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Gould Coll . 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Derby Mus 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Norwich Mus. 
....do 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 



Zool. Soc. Menagerie - 
Brit. Mua 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 

do 



Berlin Mus 

Earl of Derby 

Strickland Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

do 

Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 504. 
Ibia, 1879, p. 427 



No. of 
paper. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878. p. 439. 
Ibis, 1879, p. 425, pi. x, 

fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 253. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 785. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 485, pi. xlvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 85. 
Ibis, 1879, p. 425 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 23G, pi. xxxv, 

fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1892, p. 100, pi. v. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 193. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

I860, p. 284. 
Cat. American Birds p. 

269 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 194. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 194, pi. cvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1853, p. 122, pi. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1853, p. 123. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

I860, p. 290. 



I860, p. 290. 
'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 668, pi. xxxix. 
Proc. ZooL Soc. London, 

1858, p. 356. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 130. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, ; 

1869, p. 439, pi. xxxi. j 
Tanagrarum Catalogus 

Specificus, pp. 10, 15 

(1854) ; Proc. Zool. Soc. 

London, 1854, p. 97, pi. 

ixiv. 
Proc Zool. Soc. London, 

1871, p. 493. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 188. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 326. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 327. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 354, pi. XXX 

fig. 2. 
Ibis, 1868, p. 71, pi. iii 

Contr to Ornith., 1851, p. 

61. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

63. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1850, p. 
.50. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

24, pi. Ixix, fig, 2. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

51. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 260. 
Proc. Zool. Soc London, 

1883, p 653. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 294. 



415— No. 49 6 



82 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Kame. 



Calliste florida 

francisciB, nom. 

eruond. pro C. fanny 
f ulvicervix 

gouldi 

lamprotis 

■ leucotis 

lunigera 

melanotis 

— -r- pimctnlata 

ruficapilla 

rufigenis 

venusta 

vieilloti 

virescens 

xanthogastra. . . . 

Calornis crasaa 

Camarhy nchus habeli 



prosthemolas . 

variegatua . . . 



Campepbaga anru- 

lenta. 
Camptostoma flavi- 

veiitre. 
iiuberbe 

Cam]>ylorbyncbus gu- 

lari.s. 
bumilis , 

jocosus 

nigriceps 

pardus 

striaticollis 

CaniH lateralis 

microtis 

Tiiger 

Capito m e 1 a n o t i s, 

Hartl. MS. 
steerii 

tscbudii 

Carpopbaga nielano- 

cbroa. 
rbodinolfema 

Casiornis fusca 

Cassiciilus flavicris- 

sus. 
uiicrorhy nchus. . 



Locality. 



Costa Rica. 



Tilotilo, Yungas, 
Bolivia. 



S. Brazil. 
Bolivia .. 



Ecuador . 



Rio Negro 

Rio !Napo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Tilotilo, Yungas, 
Bolivia. 

Bogota 



Venezuela . 



Location of type. 



SalvinGodman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 



Colombia and Qui- 

jos, Ecuador. 
Trinidad 



Cayenne . . . 
Rio Negro . 



Larat, Tenimber 
Islands. 

Abingdon and 
Bindloes is- 
lands, Galapa- 
gos. 

Indefatigable Is- 
land. 

Abingdon and 
Bin dices is- 
lands, Galapa- 
gos. 

Sorong, New Gui- 
nea. 

Isthmus of Pan- 
ama. 

S. Andres Tuxtla, 
Mexico. 

Mexico 



Mazatlan, Mexico. 
Oaxaca, Mexico. . . 

Vera Cruz, Mex- 
ico. 

Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 

Colombia 



Gaboon, "W. Afri- 
ca. 
Amazons 

Lanak Pass, Thi- 
bet. 
Rio Javari 



Moyobamba, Peru 



E. Peru 

Duke of York 
Island. 

Admiralty Is- 
lands. 

Babia, Brazil 



Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Isthmus of Pan- 
ama. 



SalvinGodman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 



Brit. Mus. 
do .... 



Sclatcr Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Edward "Wilson 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

do 

do 

Edward Wilson. 
Brit. Mus 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 



.do 
-do 



D'Albertis Coll 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sall6CoU 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Acad, of Nat. Sci. 

Philadelphia. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

G. N. Lawrence Coll . . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . . 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie 
(Now in Brit. Mus.) 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie 
(Now in Paris Mus.) 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

SteereColl 



Bremen Mus 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Challenger Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



-do. 



Place of description. 



No. of 
paper. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 416, pi. xxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 142. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 354, pi. XXX, 

fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1885, p. 849. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

65. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

58. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

65,pl. Ixx, tig. 2. 
Ibis, 1876, p. 408, pi. xii, 

tig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 353. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

61. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 311. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1854, p. 248. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, J). 257. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

22, pi. Ixix, fig. 1. 
Coutr. to Ornith., 1851, p. 

23. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 56, id. xiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 325. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 325. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 324. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 692, pi. liv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 358. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 203. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 462. 
Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 

Philadelphia,1856,p.263. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 371. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 461. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 271. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 272. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 279, pi. xxiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1882, p. 631, p. xlvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 655, pi. Ixxviii. 
Ibis, 1861, p. 190. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 140, pi. xii. 

Ibis, 1861, p. 188 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 672, pl.xlii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 555. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 57,159 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 276. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 353. 



991 

85 

35 

35 

741 

723 

35 

93 

61 

866 

34 

34 

926 

513 

513 
513 

628 

322 

108 

197 

96 

153 

197 

114 

114 

512 

917 

667 

236 

775 

286 
796 

762 

13 

180 

322 



BIBLIOGRAPHY ^F WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 83 
List of new species described — Coutinued. 



Name. 



Casuarius beccarii. . 

bicarunculatus. 

picticollis 

■westermanni — 

Catameuia honioch 

roa. 
Catbarus mentalia. . 

occidentalis 

pbffiopleurus — 

Celeus citreopygius 

Bp. MS. 
spectabilis 

subflavus 

Centrites oreas 

Centropsar minis 

CcphalopteruB pen 
dulig't'T. 

Cercomacra carbona 

ria, Natt. MS. 
bypomelajua 

maculosa 

nap en si 8, Scl. 

MS. 
nigricans 

Cercopitbecus molo- 

neyi. 
"opisthostictus .. 



stairsi 

Certbidea fusca. 



Certbiola raexicana. . 

Cervulus crinifrons. . 

miorurus 

Cervus alfredi 

eiiopis, Swinboe 

MS. 
swiuboei 

Cbsetocerus burmeis- 

teri. 
Cbtetura biscutata. . . 

bracbycerca 

cassini 



cinereiv o n t r i s , 

Scl. MS. 
Cbamwpelia buckleyi. 

Cbania'za mollissima . 

Cbaima nigricoUis. . .. 



Cbelidoptera brasil- 

iensis. 
Cbiroxipllia regiua 

(Natt. MS.). 



Locality. 



"Wokan, Aroo Is- 
lands. 
Moluccas (?) 

New Guinea 



Muusinam, N e w 

Guinea. 
Matos, Ecuador . - 

Tilotilo, Yungas, 
Bolivia. 

Oaxaca, W. Mex- 
ico. 

Antioquia, Colom- 
bia. 

Y u r i m a g u a s , 
Peru. 

Sarayacu, Ecua- 
dor. 

Babia, Brazil 



Tinta, Peru 

Western ^Mexico. . 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Kio Brancbo, Gui- 
ana. 

Cosuipata, S. W. 
Peru. 

Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Rio Nape, Ecua- 
dor. 

Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 

LakoNyasaa 



Lake M w e r u , 
Britisb Central 
Africa. 

Zambezi River 

Abingdon and 
Bindloes i.slands, 
Galapagos. 

Soutb Mexico 



Location of typo. 



Ningpo, Cbina 

Cbina 



Malayan Penin- 
sula. 
Nortbern Cbina . . 



Formosa 

Tiicuman 

Tiianema, Brazil. 
Xeberos, E. Peru . 

Gaboon 

Brazil 



Santa Rita, Ecua- 
dor. 

Santa r6 di Bo- 
gota. 

Rio Dekke, Co- 
lombia. 

S.E. Brazil 



Borba, Brazil 



Genoa Mua. (Museo 

Civico). 
Zool.Soc. Menagerie. . 



.do, 
-do. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 

-do 



.do. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
ScUiter Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

Mus. P. L. S 
do 



Zool. Soc. Menagerie 
(Now in Brit. Mus.). 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 



Sall6Coll 

ZooLSocMenagerie ( ?) 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Nat. Mus. Buenos 

Aires. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do , 



Brit. Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Zool. Soc. Menagerie. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Vienna Mus , 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 87. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 248. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875,p. 85, pi. xviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 248. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 552. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

187«, p.352. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 323. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 541. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 758. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 161. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 21. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 154. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1874, p. 176, pi. xxvi. 

Ibis, 1859, p. 114, pi. iii; 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Lon- 
don, 1859, p. 142. 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 
pp.73, 161 (1873). 

Cat. B. Brit. Mus. XV, p. 
268 (1890). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 279. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 572. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 245. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1893, p.252,pl. xvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1893, p. 725. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1892, p. 580, pi. xl. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 324. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 286. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1885, p. 1, pi. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875,p. 421, pi. li.flg. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 381, pi. xxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 151. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 152, pi. xvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 639. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1865, p. 609, pi. xxxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 758, pi. xxxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1863, p. 205, pi. xiv, Qg. 2. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

283(1862). 
troc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 21. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 89. pi. xcv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 75, pi. xi. 

Cat. American Birds, p. 

275 (1862). 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser. 2, XVII, p. 469(1856). 



No. of 
paper. 

684 
177 
684 
657 
134 
723 
149 
696 
417 
848 
745 
471 
653 
143 

13 

22 

180 

454 

122 

1166 

1182 

1152 
513 

92 
971 
692 
515 
651 
260 
1035 
354 
417 
287 
8 
745 

75 
305 



84 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONArL MUSEUM. 
List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Chloephaga rubidi- 

cep.s. 
Chlorochrys.i nitidis- 

sinia. 
Cliloronerpes dignus. . 


Falkland Islands. 

Autioquia 

do 


Brit. Mns 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 387, pi. clxxiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 728. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 20, pi. i, 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

338(1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 238. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 129. 
Nomend. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.16, 157 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861,1). 129. 
Cat. B. ]5rit. Mus., XIV,p. 

287 (1888). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1876, p. 354. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 293. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 235. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 91. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 784, pl.xlvi, flg. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 389. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 30. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 157, pi. Ixviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 110. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 521, pi. lii. fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 440. 
Nomend. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.24, 157 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 30. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

125 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 815; 1880, p. 68, 

pi. ix.tig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 298. 
Ibis, 1860 p 44 


189 


Sclator Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


629 

745 




do 


8 




San Cristoval, 
Venezuela. 


do 


686 


Chlorophanes guate- 

malensis. 
purpurascens 

Chlorophoniaflaviros- 

tris. 
Cliloropipo holo- 

chlora. 
Clilorospingus calo- 

librys. 


do 


215 


Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 


do 


13 


do 


215 




do 


20 


Tilotilo, Tungas, 
Bolivia. 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


723 
125 


chrysophrys 


Morida, Venezu- 
ela. 
Trinidad 

Paramos of Meri- 
da, Venezuela. 

Calovevora, Ver- 
agua. 


686 




86 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 


520 


h3'poplia;us 


445 
84 






Brit. Mus 


60 




do 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 


255 


phteocepbalus 

punctulatus 


Jina, Ecuador 

Cordillera de 
(>hucu,Veragua. 


759 
484 


do 


13 


xanthopbrys 

Clirysomitris iiropy- 

gialis, Scl.MS. 
Cbrysotis coeligena, 

Lawr. MS. 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


84 


Cbili 


8 


(?) 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie .. 


846 




320 


g 11 a t e m a 1 a;, 

Hartl. MS. 


Honduras 

San Domingo 

Soutbern Mexico. 

St. Lucia, "West 
Indies. 

Cbimborazo, Ec- 
uador. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Paris Mus 


200 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 224. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 131. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866. p. 320. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 77. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 448. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 77. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 274. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881,p. 169.pl. xv,fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881,p. 166,pl.xv, flu.i.1. 
Ibis, 1859 p. 8 .'". 


110 


Ciccaba uigrolineata. . 




140 




387 


rbyncba. 
Cinclode.s albidiven- 
tris. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


164 
130 




Cbimborazo, Ec- 
uador. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


164 




114 


Cinnyris balfouri 






870 


do 


do 


870 


Uistotlioruselegans.. . 
Climacteris placens. . . 

Cnipodectcs minor 

Cuipolegus ciuercus. . 
hudsoni 


Duenas, Guate- 
mala. 

Atam, Arfak 
Mountains,New 
Guinea. 

Cbamicuros,Peru . 

Corumba, P ar a- 
guay. 

liio Negro, Pata- 
gonia. 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
D'Albcrtis Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Smitbsonian Institu- 
tion. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


156 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1873, p. 693. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 654. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 58. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1872,p.541,pl.xxxi. 


628 

946 
501 
584 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 85 

List of new species described — Continned. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Cnipolegus pusillus. . . 
Cobus crawshayi 

Coccothraustes mac- 

iilipennis. 
Coccyzus bairdi 

Coereba carneipes ( ?) - 


Lower Amazons . . 

LakeMweru, Brit- 
ish Central Af- 
rica. 

Mexico 

Jamaica 

Playa Vicente, 
Mexico. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus. (?) 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.43, 158 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1893, p. 726. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1860, p. 251, pi. clxiii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1864, p. 120. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1859, p. 376. 

Ibis, 1859, p. 14 


13 

1182 

178 
308 


do 


153 


do 


156 


Colobus angolensis... 

Columbaalbipennis. . . 

nigrirostris 

Couirostrum ferrugi- 
ueiventre. 






Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 245. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 18. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 390. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 74, pi. Ixxxv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 452. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 47. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 29, pi. cxix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 574. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 

1858, p. 68. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 43. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 

1869, p. 419. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 

1859, p. 44. 

Ibi.s, 1881,p. 130,pl. iv 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 
ser.3,IV,p.224(185n). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
1864, p. 367. 

Cat. American Birds, p. 
340 (1862). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 787. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1864, p. 298, pi. xxiv. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1886, p. 539, pi. Ivi. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 
ser. 3. IV, p. 225(1859). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1861, p. 185. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 381. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 300. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 094, pi. Ixvi. 
Ecv. etMag. deZool., 1852, 

p. 226. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 364. 
Jouru. of Proc. of Linn. 

Soc. London (Zool.), ser. 

3, II, p. 162 (1858). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p, 22. 

Pxoc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1872, p. 690. 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

IX, p. 282 (1875). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 72, pi, cxxxii, 

flg. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 311. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 512. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 141, pi. xiii. 


176 


Pitumarca, Peru.. 
Oaxaca, Mexico . . . 


Salvin-Godmau Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 


712 
153 
73 


Cuenca, Ecuador. . 


Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


131 


Conopophaga castan- 
eiceps. 


100 


do 


...do 


84 


gutturalis 




do 


454 




do 


116 


Contopus mesoleucus. 
ochraceus 




do 


139 


Costa Rica 


Salviu-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 
Salviu-Godman Coll. 

iu Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salviu-Godman Coll. 

iu Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


479 

139 


Conurus egregius 

holochlorus 


Demerara 

Jalapa, Mexico 

Isthmus of Pana- 
ma. 
S. E. Brazil 

Merida, Venezuela 

Borba, Brazil 

South America ( ?) . 

St. Thomas, "West 

Indies. 
S. Borneo 


890 
161 
322 


propiuquus, Scl 

MS. 
rbodocophalus . . . 

rhodogaster,Natt. 

MS. 
— ^ rubritorqius 


8 
520 




320 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


1013 
161 


Copsychus suavis 

Copurus fuscicapillus . 

Corethrura rubra 

Corvus capollanus 

Cotinga porphyrohc- 

ma. 
Cotyle fulvipennis 

Cracticus personatus, 
Tenim. MS. 

Crax erythroguatha.- 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

do • 


216 

229 


Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 
Fao, Persian Gulf. 

Sarajacu,Ucayali. 

Jalapa, S. Mexico. 


Salviu-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Zool. Soc. Menagerie .. 

Mus.d'Hist.Nat.Paris 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


182 
734 
50 
152 
138 


Bogota, Colombia. 
(«) 


Salviu-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 
do 


745 
592 




(1) 


do 


705 


Creurgops verticalis, 
Verr. MS. 

Cryjiturus bartletti. . . 

cerviniventris 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godmau Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
SteereCoU 


116 


E. Peru 


614 


Venezuela 

Santa Rosa, Ecua- 
dor. 


620 

775 









86 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of neiv species described — Contiuued. 



Name. 



Locality. 



Location of type. 



Place of description. 



Culicivora boliviana. . 

Cyanocitta germana.. 

Cyanocorax nigriceps . 

Cyclopsitta suavis.si- 

ma. 
Cyclorliis albiventris. 

atrirostris 



flavipectiis - 
• virenticeps. 



Cyclorhynchus ffiqui- 
"noctialLs. 

■ ciuereieeps 

— — f iilvipoctus 



subbrunnens. 



Cypborinus albigu- 

laris. 
dichrous 



pbiJBocephalus 

pusillus 

Cypselus iufumatus.. 

Daciiis ca?rebicolor 

egregia 

liartlaubi 

pulcberrima 

salmoni 

Damalis hnnteri 

Dasyprocta antillen- 

sis. 
Dtiidrocincla riificeps 

"Dendrocolaptes ey- 

toni. 
puucticollis 



■ radiolatus, Scl. 

MS. 
Dendrocygna discolor . 

Deiidroeca chrysopa- 

ria. 
DeiulroTnanes bomo- 

cbrons. 
Dendroruiserytbropy- 

gia. 
Dicaium eximuun 



fulgidum . 



Dicrurus b-Bmo-.stic- 

tu.s. 
Diglossa glaiica 



glorioaa. 



indigotica, Verr. 

MS. 
Diglcssopis cwrules- 

cens. 



Bolivia 
Belize.. 



Tilotilo, Tunga.s, 

Bolivia. 
N a i a b 11 i , New 

Guinea, 
Babia, Brazil 



Ecuador 



Trinidad, Vene- 
zuela, Colombia. 

Bababoj'o, Ecua- 
dor. 

Eio Napo 



Oaxaca, Mexico . . 
Nanegal, Ecuador 

Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Istbmus of Pana- 
ma. 

Kemedios, Antio- 
quia. 

Esmeralda.s, Ec- 
uador. 

Oaxaca, Mexico... 

Ban.] or massing, 

I5orneo. 
Colombia (?) 



Colombia . 
....do .... 



-do 



Remedios, Antio- 
quia. 

Tana River, N. E. 
Africa. 

St. Lucia, "West 
Indies. 

Istbmus of Pan- 
ama. 

C a p i ni River, 
Para, Brazil. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Turimaguas, Peru 

Venezuela, Gui- 
ana, and Brazil. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Oaxaca, Mexico. . . 

Vera Cruz, S. 

Mexico. 
New Ireland 



Larat and Lootoe, 
Tenimber Is- 
land.s. 

New Britain 



Nairapi, Bolivia.. 

Paramo de la Cu- 
lata, Venezuela. 

Ecuador 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
D'Albertis Coll 



Caracas, Vene- 
zuela. 



Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

ScUiter Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

....do 



.do 



-do 
do 



.-..do 

Derbv Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Alua. 
do 



do. 

"Wallace Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



H. C.V.Hun ter Coll.. 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit, 

Mus. 
do 



Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

... do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



"Wardlaw R ii m s a y 

(Joll. 
Brit. Mus 



.do 



Sjilvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit, Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 



....do 

Pans Mus. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1852, p. 34, pi. xlvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 270. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 354. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 520, pi. liv. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 13, 156 (1873). 

Ibis, 1887, p. 324, pbx. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 448. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860,p. 274,pl.clxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1858, p. 70. 

Ibis, 18.59, p. 443 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 92. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 282. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 76, pl.lxxxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 492, pi. xli. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 291. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 372. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1865, p. 602. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1851, 

p. 106. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 251. 
Proc. Zo(d. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 251. 
Rev. et Mag. de Zool. , 

1853, p. 480. 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 

27, pi. ii, fig. 2 (1886). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, pp. .58, 372, pi. xlii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 666,pl.lxxxii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 54. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1853, p. 69, pi. lii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 54, pi. V. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 755. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 129, 161 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 298. 

Pi'oc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 382. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

18.59, p, 306. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 102, pi. xiv, fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 56. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 101. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 253. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, 1). 784, pi. xlvi, 

fig. 2. 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser.2, XVII, p. 467(1856). 
do 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 87 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Diplopterus excellens. 

Donacicola spectabi- 
lis. 

Drepanomis albert- 

isi. 
cervinicauda. 

Drymoeca haBsitata... 

Dryocopus fuscipen- 

nis. 
Diiljuaia auricrissa 

Dysitliamnus ardesia- 

cua. 
leucostictua 



semicinereus . 

subplumbeua 

unicolor 

Elaiuea fallax 

flavivertex — 

gigas 

griseignlaris . 

hypospodia ... 

implacens 

hiteiventris . . 

pallatangfe — 

placens 

pudica 

riisii 



■ semipagana . 
• atictoptera . . 



• subpagana 

■ subplacens 

■ variegata 



vilisaima . 



Eqmis asinus somali- 

cus. 
Erytbruraregia (Ery- 

throspiza in text)". 
Serena (Erythro- 

spiza in text). 
Embernagra chryso- 

nia. 
Empidochaues pceci- 

lurus. 
salviui 



Empidonax albigula- 

ris. 
bairdi 



— ^ brachy tarsus. 
— ridgwayi 



Locality. 



S.Mexico 

New Britain 



Mount A r f a k , 
New Guinea. 

Port More.sby, 
New Guinea. 

Socotra 



Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Bogota 



Rio Napo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Rio Napo 



Santa F6 di Bo- 
gota. 

Sarayacu, Ecua- 
dor. 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Jamaica 



Upper Amazon.. 

Rio Napo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Riobamba, Ecua- 
dor. 

Venezuela 



Esmeraldas, Ecua- 
dor. 
Rio Napo , 



Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 
Cordova, Mexico. . 

Bogota, Colombia. 

St. Thomaa, "West 

Indies. 
Ecuador 



Matos, Ecuador. 



Dueiias, Guate- 
mala. 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Central America. 

Somaliland 



Api, New Hebri- 
des. 

Aneiteum, New 
Hebrides. 

Babalio3'o, Ecua- 
dor. 

Colombia 



Roraima, British 
Guiana. 

Duefiaa, Guate- 
mala. 

Oaxaca, S. Mexico. 

Cordova, Mexico.. 
Bogota, Colombia. 



Location of type. 



Sall6 Coll. 
Brit. Mua. 



D'Albertis Coll 

Dr.G.BennettCon.(?) 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do.... 

do.... 

Brit. Mus. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 
.do 
.do 



do .... 

....do .... 
....do .... 
do .... 

Sal]6 Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 
.do 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salle Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 
(?) 



J. K. Howard Coll. 

(Now in Brit. Mus.). 

Brit. Mua 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

do 

do 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 229. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 

1879, p. 449, pl.xxxvii, 
fig. 2. 

Proc. Zool Soc. London, 

1873, p. 558, pi. xlvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 578. 

Proc. Zoo]. Soc. London, 

1881. p. 166. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 286. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 227. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 756. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 66. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 90, pi. xcvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 158. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 141. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 76; 1870, p. 832. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 49. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 

1870, p. 831. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 554, pi. cxlvi, 

fig.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 49. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 408. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 71. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 407, pi. xli. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 46. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 833. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 314. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 406. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1858, p. 554, pi. cxlvi, 
flg.2. 

Ibis, 1860,p. 36 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 407, 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 297. 

Ibis, 1859, p. 122, pi. iv, 

fig.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. L(mdon, 

1884, p. 542, pi, 1, fig.l. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 544, pi, xv, 

fig. 2. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 544, pi. xv 

fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 275. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
- 1862, p. 112. 
Cat. B. Brit. Mus., XIV, 

p. 218 (1888). 
Ibis, 1859, p. 122. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 301. 

Ibis, 1859, p. 441 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p, 50. 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 
List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Eubncco aurantiicol- 

lis. 
Euchwtes coccinens. 

Yerr. MS. 

Eucblornis frontalis.. 
Eupetes leucostictus. . 

EupLcrusa egregia 

Euphoniachalcopasta. 
cbrysopasta 



Locality. 



Upper Amazou . 
Rio Nape 



Location of type. 



Brit. Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 



Bolivia j Derby Mus 

D'AlbortisColl. 



■ crassirostris 
finscbi 



- — • frontalis ( B p 
MS.). 
— fulvicrisaa 



gouldi. 



— b irundinacea, 
Bp.MS. 



msignis 

melannra , 

pyrrbophrys 

vittata 

Euplocamus nobilis... 

Eupsilostoma pusil- 
liim. 

Eurystomus crassi- 
rostris. 

Enscartbnius agilis. . . 

apicalis 

fill viceps 

impigor 



Atam, Arfak 

Mountains, New 

Guinea, 
Castello and Calo- 

vevora, Vera- 

gua. 
Colombia 



River Ucayali, 
Peru. 



Colombia . 



Bogota 

Demerara. 
Ecuador . . 



Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 
Guatemala 



Central America.. 



Jina, Ecuador. 



■ pelzelni ... 
wuehereri. 



Fako dickinsoni. 
Felislanea 



passeriim, now 

name for F. pajeros, 
Desm. 

Fluvicola atripennis. 

Formicarius monili. 

ger. 
trivittatu.s 



Barra do Rio Ne- 
gro. 
Colombia (?) 



Brazil . 
Borneo. 



Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 
Solomon Islands.. 



Bogota 

Brazil 

Lima, Peru . 
Venezuela . . 



Cuyaba, Brazil. 
Babia, Brazil... 



River Sbir6, E. 

Africa. 
Cape Colony (?). . 



Formicivora boucardi. 

callinota 

caloptora 



Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Coidova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

River Amazon 

Acatepec, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Santa Fe di Bo- 
gota. 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 



Salvin Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 
.do 



Edward Wilson Coll.. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Gould Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



...do .... 
Brit. Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus.(?) 

Scbater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Paris Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



-do 
.do 



Dickinson Coll 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salle Coll 



Brit. Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

18.37, p. 267. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 73, pi. cxxxii, 

fig 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 446. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 690, pi. lii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 389. 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 18. 157 (1873). 
Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 

1869, p. 438, pi. XXX, figs. 
1,2. 

Tanagrarum Catalogus 

Speciflcus, pp. 14, 16 

(1854); Proc. Zool. Soc. 

London 1854, p. 98, pi. 

Ixv, fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 277. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 19. 
Contr.toOrnith., 1851, p. 

89. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 276. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 66, pi. cxxiv. 
Tanagrarum Catalogus 

Speciflcus, pp. 14, 16 

(1854). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 521, ])1. lii, fig. 1. 
Contr. toOruitb., 1851, p. 

86. 
Contr. to Ornitb., 1851, p. 

89, pi. Ixxv, fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 129. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1863, p. 119, pi. xvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 68. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 121. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 29, pi. cxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 47, pi. ix, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1871, p. 497. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868,p. 171,pl.xiii,flg. 1. 

Ibi8,1881, p. 268 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.45, 158 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 248. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 532, pi. Iv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1871, p. 700. 

1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond(m, I 

1860, p. 280. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1850, p. 294. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 46. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 300. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 89, pi. xcvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 142. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 89 
List ofneiv species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Locality. 



Location of type. 



Place of description. 



No. of 
paper. 



Pormicivora caudata 

cinerascens 

consobrina 

erythrocerca 

hfematonota 

banxwelli 

melaena 

ornata 

urosticta 

Fuligula nationi 



Fumarius agnatus 

pileatus 

torridus 

Galbula chalcothorax . 

f uscicapllla 

inornata 

maculi Cauda 

melanogenia 

Galliuago imperialis.. 

nobilia 

Gallinula nesiotis 

Gazella naso 

Geositta crassirostris 
Geothlypis somiflava. . 
speciosa 



Geotrygon cbiriquen- 

.sis. 
Gerygone dorsalis. . . 



Glaucidium californi- 
cum. 

Glyphorbynchus ma- 
jor. 

pectoralis 



Gracula krefifti 

Grallaria dignissima. 

erythroleuca 

erj'throtis 

ferrugineipectiis 

flavirostris 

flaTotincta 

f alviventris 

griseonucha 



Colombia . 



Cbamicuros, E . 

Peru. 
B?baboyo Ecua 

dor. 
Brazil (?) 



Solater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mu8 



Chamicuros, E . 

Peru. 
E. Peru 



Solater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
EytonColl 



Brit. Mus. 
do .... 



Bogota 

Colombia . . 
E. Brazil... 
Lima, Peru. 



Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 

Santarem, Ama- 
zons. 

Ucayali 



Quijos, Ecuador. . 

Bogota 

Brazil 



South Brazil, Bo- 
livia. 
South America... 



Colombia 

Bogota 

Tristrand'Acunha 

Somaliland 

Lima, Peru 



Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Mexico 



Chiriqui 

Larat, Loetoe and 
Moloc, Tenim- 
ber Islands. 

(?) 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
EytonColl 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
SteereColl 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Gould Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



.do 
-do 



Salvin-Godmau Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



E. Lort Phillips Coll . . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

Sclater Coll. 
Brit. Mus . . . 



Choctun, Vera Paz 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 
Solomon Islands . . 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 



Huasam pilla, Peru 

Tilotilo, Tunga.s, 
Bolivia. 

Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

Rio Napo 



Antiotjuia 
Itio Napo . , 



Paramo de la Cu- 
lata, Venezuela. 



Acad, of Nat. S c i . , 

Philadelphia. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Paris Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 
.do 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 254, pi. Ixxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 131. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 279. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 240, pi. cxlii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 48. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857,p.l31,pl.cxxvi,fig.'2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1857, p. 130. 

Rev. et Mag. de Zool., 1853, 

p. 480. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857,p.l30,pl.cxxvi,tig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 522 ; 1878, p. 477, 
pi. xxxii. 

Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 61, 159 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p 139. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 183. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 110. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 13. 

Contr. to Ornith., 1852, p. 

32. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1852, p. 

29. 
Contr. to Ornith., 1852, p. 

61. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 419. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 31. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861,pp. 209, 261, pl.xxx. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1886, p. 504, pi. li. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 98. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 273. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 447. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 143. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
1883, p. 199. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 4. 

Cat. American Birds, p. 

161 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 299. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 120, pi. ix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 160, pi. xvii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 783. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 357. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 129. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 68 

Ibis, 1877, p. 445, pi. ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 68. 
Proc Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 786. 



64 

107 
180 
122 
100 
107 
107 
56 
107 
759, 788 

13 

775 

380 

59 

69 

43 

43 

45 

479 

84 

218, 221 

1012 

376 

180 

130 

89 

932 



182 
464 
848 

633 
723 
107 
116 

768 



116 
520 



90 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new species described — Continued. 



!Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Grallarla liaplonota . . - 


Venezuela 

Santa F6 di Bogo- 
ta. 

Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

Jalapa, Mexico 

Santa Ee di Bo- 
gota. 

Eio Napo, Ecua 
dor. 

Veragua 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Jardin des Plantes 

Mus. 


Ibis, i877, p. 442 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1855, p. 88. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1857, p. 129. 
Proc. Zool. Soc 

1861, p. 381. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1855, p. 89, pi.: 
Proc. Zool. Soc 

1859, p. 441. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1869, p. 418. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 66. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1873, p. 729. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1879, p. 526. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1864, p. 606, p 
fig. 1. 

Proc. Zool. Soc 

1879, p. 448, pi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1883, p. 55. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1869, p. 417. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1868, p. 327, pi. 
Ibis, 1886, p. 259, 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1874, pp. 110, 24 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1873, p. 187. 
Nomencl. Av. 

pp. 29, 157 (187 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1862, p. 18, pi. 1 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1880, p. 159. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1857, p. 132. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1880, p. 157. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1858, p. 67. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1855, p. 145. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1865, p. 573. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 466. 




768 


liypoleuca 


London, 

London, 

Loudon, 

London, 
set v. 
London, 

London, 

Loudon, 

Loudon, 

London, 

London, 
1. xxxvii. 


75 
107 


mexicana 


Sclater Coll in Brit. 
Mu.s. 


229 
75 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


154 


princeps 


479 
163 


ruflceps 


629 


rufo-cinerea 


Santa Elena, An- 
tioquia. 

Kio Madeira, Bra- 
zil. 


do 


825 


Granatellua pelzelni.. 


do 


328 








Graucalus sublinea- 


New Ireland 

Larat, Tenimber 

Islands. 
Costa Eica 

Cuba 

Einiac Elver, W. 

Peru. 
S. E. New Guinea. 

Bogota 


Brit. Mus 


London, 
xxxvi. 
London, 

London, 

London, 
xxix. 
pi. viii 

London, 
7, pi. xlii. 
London, 

S'eotrop. 
3). 

London, 
ii. 

Loudon, 

London, 
London, 

London, 
London, 
London, 
London, 


822 


tus. 
unimodus 

Gymnocichla chiro- 

leuca. 
Gymuoglaux lawren- 

cii. 
Hsemophilapulchra. . . 

Halmaturus luctuo- 

sus, D'Albertis MS. 

Hapalocercus acuti- 


do 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Smitlisouian Institu- 
tion. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

D'Albertis CoU 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 


926 

479 
443 
1016 
650, 656 
612 


ponnis. 
Haplospiza uniformis. 

Harporhynchus ocel- 

latus. 
Herpsiloclimus frater. 

pectoralis 

Hetorocercus auran- 
tiivertcx. 

Heterocneiiiis albigu- 


Jalapa, Mexico 

Oaxaca, Mexico. . . 
Sarayacu, Ecuador 

(?) 


13 
249 
848 

107 


Sarayacu, Ecuador 


Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mn.s. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


848 
116 


laris. 
marginata 


Santa E6 di Bo- 
gota. 

E. Maroni, Suri- 
nam. 

Huallaga, Chami- 
cnros, Peru. 


77 


do 


454 




do 


197 


num. 


do 


197 




Oyapok, Cayenne. 

San Esteban, Ven- 
ezuela. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 


do.. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1871, p. 750. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1868, p. 632. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 300. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1867, p. 579. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1866, p. 322. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 299. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1862, p. 110. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1880, p. 155. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1861, p. 128. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 308 . 


London, 
London, 

London, 
London, 
London, 
London, 
London, 
Loudon, 

London, 


563 


stenorliyncbum . . 

veraj-pacis 


Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


459 

182 
413 


Hvlophilus brunnei- 


Ypanema, Brazil . . 


387 


ceps. 
cinereiceps 

ferrugineifrons . . 

fuscicapillus 


Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 
Colombia 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Sclatei' Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll 

Salvin Godman CoU. 
in Brit. Mus. 


182 
255 


Sarayacu, Ecuador 


848 
215 


luteifrons 


Bartica Grove, 
British Guiana. 


892 









BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 91 
List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Hylopliilus muscica- 

pinus. 
ochraceiceps 

pectoralis 

rubrifrons 

semicinereus 

Hylophorba ruticilla. . 

Hypocnemis elegans. . 

flavescens (Natt. 

MS.). 
hemileuca 

hypoxantlia 

lepidonota 

melanolaema 

melanopogon 


Oyapok, Cayenne. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

])p. 12, 156 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 375. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 322. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 569, pi. XXX, fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 570. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1865, p. 326, pi. xiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 47. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 609. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866. p. 186. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 573, pi. xliii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 160. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854.p.254,pl.lxxii,flg.2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857. p. 130. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1854. p.254,pl.lxxiii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1866, p. 186. 

Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 252. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 160. 
Ibis, 1880,T). 310 


13 
153 


Matto G rosso, 
Brazil. 


do 

do 


387 
413 




do 


413 


Madagascar 


Stevens Coll 


343 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


100 


Marabitanas, Rio 
Negro. 


328 


do 


380 




.. do 


454 


Sarayacu, Ecuador 
Chamicuros, Peru . 
Chamicuros, Peru . 
Chamicuros, Peru . 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


848 
64 
107 


do 


64 




do 


380 




Kio Javarri, Up- 
per Amazon. 
Sarayacu, Ecuador 

Salawatti Island, 

Ne-n- Guinea. 
Husampilla, Peru. 

Chamicuros, Peru . 

St. Lucia, West 
Indies. 




122 




Salvin Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
TurinMus. (?) 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


848 


H-\"potiBnidia saturata, 

Salvad.MS. 
Hypoxanthus atriceps 


863 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 254. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1885. p. 671. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1871,p,270,pl.xxi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 7. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

131 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 227, pi. ex. 
Ibis, 1865, p. 495, pi. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 55. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 72, pi. xiv, fig. 2. 
Ibis, 1885, p. 272, pL vi, 

fig- 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 168. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 522. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876,p. 355. pi. xxxii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 451. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p.636,pl.xlix,flg.2. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 377. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 487. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. HI. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 48. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 48, pi. ix, fig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 757. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 111. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 254. 


715 

985 


laudabilis 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Acad, of Nat. Sci. 

Philadelphia. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 


546 
98 






8 


MS. 
Iridornis porphj-ro- 

cepbala. 
reinhardti 

Lalage mcesta 




81 


East Peru 

Tenimber Islands. 


Copenhagen Univer- 
sity Mus. 


363 
926 


Osburn Coll 


212 






G.N.Lawrence Coll.. 


995 






870 


Lathria cryptolopha . . 

uropygialis 

Lemur nigerrimus 

Leptastlienura andi- 

cola. 
paranensis 


Mongi, Ecuador.. 

Tilotilo. Tungas, 

Bolivia. 
(?) 

Panza, Ecuador... 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 


759 
723 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


855 
495 
229 




do 


880 


Lepf opogon c r y - 
tlirops. 




do 


255 


E. Ecuador 

Bogota, Colombia. 
Chyavetas, Peru.. 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


1019 




1019 


peruvianus 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

do 


417 
255 




Simacu, Bolivia... 


Salvin-Godmau Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


715 







92 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of netv species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Leptoptila cervini- 


Vera Paz, Guate- 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


431 


ventris. 


mala. 


in Brit. Mus. 


1868, p. 59. 




clialcaucli eni a , 


(?) 


Salvador! Coll. (?) 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


494 


Salvad. MS. 






1869, p. 633. 




niegalura 


Tilotilo, Tungas, 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


828 




Bolivia. 


in Brit. Mus. 


1879, p. 640. 




plumbeiceps 


Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1868, p. 59. 


431 


rufinucha 


Veragua 


do 


Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 
pp. 134, 162 (1873). 


13 










Leptotriccus superci- 


Chitra. Veragua. . . 


do....: 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


445 


liari.s. 






1868, p. 389. 




Leucippii.s chlorocer- 
CU8, Gould MS. 


Tipper Ucayali 


Gould Coll 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


380 




1866, p. 194. 




Leucopeza semperi... 


St. Lucia, West 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


711 




Indies. 


Mus. 


1876, p. 14, pi. ii. 




Leucophantes brachy ■ 


Atam, Arfak 


D'Albertis Coll 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


628 


urus. 


Mountains, New 
Guinea. 




1873, p. 691, pi. liii. 




Leucopternis prin- 


Costa Rica 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


346 


ceps. 




in Brit. Mus. 


1865, p. 429, pi. xxiv. 




Lioscele.s erithacus . . . 


Sarayacu, Ecuador 


Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. ISIus. 


Cat. B.Brit. Mus., XV, p. 
345 (1890). 


22 


Lipaugus holerytlirus . 


Vera Paz, Guate- 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


182 




mala. 


in Brit. Mus. 


1860, p. 300. 




immnndus 


Oyapok, Prench 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 


Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 


13 




Guiana. 


Mus. 


pp. 57, 159 (1873). 




• rufescens . - - 


C oban , G uatem ala . 


Derby Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


114 








1857, ]). 276. 




subalaris 


Kio Napo, Ecua- 
dor. 


Brit. Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1861, p. 210. 


219 








imirufus . 


Oaxaca, Mexico... 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1859, p. 385. 


153 






Loclmiias sororia..--. 


Venezuela 


.do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


620 








1873, p. 511. 




Lopbostrix strick- 
landi. 


Central America. . 


Strickland Coll 


Ibis, 1859, p. 221 


1566 








« 


Loriciilus chrysono- 
tus. 


Zebu, Philippines. 


Brit. Mus 


Ibis, 1872, p. 324, pl.xi 


603 


Duke of Tork 
Island. 


Tweeddale Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1877, p. 107. 


750 






Lorius tibialis 


Molucca group(?). 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1871, p. 499, pi. xl. 


552 


Macacus rheso-siniilis 


(?) 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie . . 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


582 






1872, p. 495. pi. XXV. 




Macropus erubescens. 


Lake Hope, South 
Australia. 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


506 




1870, p. 126, pi. X. 




Macropygia browni. . . 


Duke of York Is- 


Tweeddale Coll. in 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


750 




land. 


Brit. Mus. 


1877, p. 110. 




^lalacocicbla ni a c u - 


Itio Napo ......... 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


116 


lata(VeiT.MS.). 




Mus. 


1858, p. 64. 




Malacoptila asperaa.. 


Venezuela 


Brit. Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


55 






1853, p. 123. 




frontalis ......... 


Colombia 


do 


Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 
sor. 2, XIII, p. 479 (1854). 


66 










fulvogularis 


Bolivia 


Derby Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


55 






1853, p. 123. 




nigrifusca 


Santa r6 di Bo- 


Brit. Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


78 




gota. 




1855, p. 195. 




poliopis . - - 


Esmeraldas, Ecu- 
ador. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1862,p. 86, pl.viii. 


253 






^—^— substriata ........ 


Colombia 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1853, p. 123, pi. li. 


55 










vera'-pacls 


Coban Guatemala 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 


Ibis, 1860, p. 40 


200 




in Brit. Mus. 






Malapotbraupis dcn- 


Tilotilo, Tungas, 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


723 


tata. 


Bolivia. 




1876, p. 353, pi. xxxi. 




Maiiucudia comrii 


Huan Gulf, New 
Guinea. 


Lord Tweeddale Coll. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1876, p. 459, pi. xlii. 


728 


Margarops sanctai- 
lnciro. 


St. Lucia, TV"est 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 


Ibis, 1880, p. 73 


862 


Indies. 


Mus. 






Margarornis brun- 
iioscens. 


Bogota 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


84 






1856, p. 27, pi. cxvi. 




stellata 


Quito, Ecuador... 


Salvin-Godmau Coll. 


Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 


13 






in Brit. Mus. 


pp.67, 160 (1873). 




Masiua coronulatus. . . 


Nanogal, Ecuador 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1860, p. 91. 


165 


Mecocerculus gratio- 


Ecuador 


do 


Pioc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1862, p. 113. 


256 


sus. 








Megalurus inters* 


Kabakadai, New 


Brit. Mus 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 


845 


capularis. 


Britain. 




1880, p. 65, pi. vi. 





BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 93 

List of neiv species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Megapodius brazieri 
(this name was 
founded on an egg 
from lianks Island, 
New Hebrides). 

rubrifrons 

tenimberensis 

Megarhyucbus clirys- 

ogaster. 
Melanerpes pulcher.. 

rubrigularis 

Melanoptila glabri- 

rostris. 
Melidectes torquatus. 






Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 529. • ♦ 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 556. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 57. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 281. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 330. 

Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 
.ser. 3, 1, p. 127 (1858). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1857, p. 275. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 694, pi. Iv. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 695, pi. Ivi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

18(57, p. 98, ])1. Till. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 600. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 190, pl.xviii. 
Nomend. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 72, 161 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 37, pi. vi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc' London, 

1883, p. 55. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 199. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 46. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 44. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 251. 
do 


488 


Admiralty Islands 

Kirimoen and Loe- 
too, Tenimber 
Islands. 

Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Bogota, Colombia. 

Trinity Valley, 
Nortliern Caii- 
fornia. 

Oinoa, Honduras.. 

A tam , Arfak 
Mountains, Now 
Guinea. 
do 


Challenger Coll 


762 
926 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do .... 

do 


180 
514 
135 


do 

D'Albertis Coll 

do 


114 
628 

628 


Meilivora leucouota.. 

Merganetta turneri. . . 

Metopotbrix aurantia- 

cus. 
Microbates torquatus. 

Microcerculus squa 
mulatus. 


"West Africa 

Tinta, Peru 

Sarayacu, Ama- 
zon. 
Oyapok, Cayenne. 

San Cristobal, 

Venezuela. 
Larat and Loetoe, 

Tenimber I a - 

lands. 
Larat, Tenimber 

Islands. 
Cordova, Mexico. . 

do 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie . . 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

do 


400 

491 

380 

13 


do 


678 


Brit. Mus 


926 


Mimeta decipiens 

Miouectes assimilis . . 

Mitrephorus plia?ocer 

cus. 
Momotiis niicrostcph- 

anus. 


do 


932 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


139 
139 




do 


112 




do 


112 




Santa Marta, Rio 
Javarri. 


do 


Rev. et Mag. de Zool., 1853, 


'^l 




do 


p. 489. 
do 57 




Trinidad, Tobago. 

Loetoe, Timor 
Laut. 

A tarn, Arfak 
Mountains, New 
Guinea. 

A d m i r a 1 1 y Is- 
lands. 

New Guinea 

Tenimber Islands. 

Duke of York Is- 
land. 

Angostura, Costa 
Rica. 

Chaniicuros 

New Ireland 

Kabakadai, New 

Britain. 
Lower Ucayali 

Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 


do 


Cat. American Birds, p. 

261(1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 53, pi. xii, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 691. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 552. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 100. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 54, pl.xii, tig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1877, p. 99, pi. xiv, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 327, 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1855, p. 194. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 449, pi. xxxvii, 
tig. 3. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 66, pi. vii, tig. 2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 187. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 295. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1860, p. 282. 


8 




Brit. Mus 


926 




D'Albertis Coll 

Challenger Coll 

(?) 


628 




762 




750 




Brit. Mus 


926 




do 


750 


Mouasa grandior 

peruana, Bp. et 

Verr. MS. 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 


443 

78 

822 


melaiua 

Muscisaxicola tluvia- 

tilis. 
Muacivora mexicana 


do 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salle Coll . . . 


845 
380 
92 


(Kp.),Bp.MS. 
occidentalis 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


180 



94 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Myiadestes unicolor.. 
venezuelensis 

Myiagra fulviventris. 

Myiarchusapicalis 

erythrocercu8,Scl. 

MS. 
nigriceps 



- phseocephalus 

- semirufus 



Myiobius aureiven- 

tris. 
bellus 



. crypterytbrus 

cryptoxanthus . . . 

flavicans 

nationi 

pulcber 

subochracous 

villosus 

Myiocbanes nigros- 

cens. 
Myiodynastes nobilis. 

Myrmeciza exsul 

heniimeliena 

immaculata 

leucaspis 



margaritala 

Myrnielastes uigerri- 

nui8. 
plumbeus 



Myrmotberula oinere- 

iventris, Sd. MS. 
gutturalis 



multostriata 



pyrrbonota 

spodiouota 

Myzomela aunabelhc 
cineracea 



pammeltena 

Nasitema piisio 

Nemosia albigularis 

auricoUis 

chrysopia 



Locality. 



CordoTa, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Caracas, Venezu- 
ela. 

Larat, Teuimber 

Islands. 
Bogota, Colombia. 



Babia, Brazil 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Pacasmayo, Peru. 

Cosnipata, Peru. . 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

....do 



Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 
Lima, Peru 



Ecuador 



Bolivia 

Nanegal, Ecuador. 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 

Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 

Istbmus of Pan- 
ama. 
Bolivia 



Istbmus of Pan- 
ama. 

C h a m i c u r o 8 , 
Peru ; C o 1 o m - 
bia ; Eio Negro. 

Chamicuros, Peru. 

Upper Amazon . . . 

Rio Javarri, Up- 
per Amazon. 
Cayenne 



Bartica Grove, 
Britisb Guiana. 

Ucayali, Upper 
Amazon. 

Rio Negro and Oy- 

apok, Guiana. 
Sarayacu, Ecuador 

L o e t o e , Timor 

Laut. 
New Britain 



Admiralty Is- 
lands. 
Solomon Islands.. 

Santa r6 di Bo- 
gota. 

Cayenne and E. 
Peru. 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 



Location of type. 



Sall6 Coll.. 
Paris Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



....do 

....do 

Steere Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



.do 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Sclater CoU. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Derby Mus 



Brit. Mus. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 

do 



Brit. Mus. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 



-do. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



.do. 



Challenger Coll. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Salvin-Godnian Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 299. 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser. 2, XVII, p. 4C8 

(1856). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 54. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 631. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 68. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 281. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 138, pi. xi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 782. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 111. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 464. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 465. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 464. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 99, pi. xi, tig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 464. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 50. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 93. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 157. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 42. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 540. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 48. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 357. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1854, p. 253, pi. Ixx. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 253. pi. Ixxi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 275. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 274, pl.cxliii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 756. 

Ibis, 1881, p. 269 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 234, pi. cxli, fig.s. 

2,3. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 72, 160 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 159. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 56. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 448, pi. xxxvii, 
flg.l. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 553. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1865, p. 620, pi. XXXV. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 109, pi. xcix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 111. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 155. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 95 

List of neio species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Nemosia guirina. 



• msignis- 
oruata - . 



Neoclilui brevipennis. 

Neoniorphus g e o f- 

froyii. 
radiolosus 



ruflpenuis 

.salvini 

Neopipo rubicunda . 

Nigrita bicolor 

Ninox forbesi 

odiosa 

Nonmila brunnea. . . 



Locality. 



oineracea 



Nothoprocta curvlros- 
tria. 



taczanowskii 

Nycticorax pauper 

Nyctipithecusrufipos. 

Ocbthodiasta fuscoru- 

fus. 
Ochthoeca arenacea. . . 

citrinifrons 

f umicolor 

leucometopa 



nigrita 

polionota 

pulcbella 

superciliosa 

Ocydromus sylvestris . 

Odontophorus bypos- 

podius. 
Oreas livingstonii 



Oreomanes fraseri 

Ortalida ruficrisaa 

Ortygocichla rubigi- 

nbsa. 
Oryzoborus sethiops.. 

atrirostris , 

funereus 

melas 

occidentalis 



Ostinops oleagineus- 
salinoni 



Bogota and E. 
Peru. 

Soutb Brazil , 

Pallatauga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Orizaba, Mexico. 



Brazil 

Intaj, Ecuador . . . 

Guiana 

Veragua 

Chamicuroa, Peru 



Casaiuanza, "W. 

Africa. 
L o e t o e , Timor 

Laut. 
New Britain 



Saray acu, Ecuador 



Upper Amazon . . , 

Calacali and Pnel- 
laro, Ecuador. 

Maraynioc, Peru. 

Indefatigable Is- 
land. 
Nicaragua 



Tilotilo, Yunga.s, 

B(divia. 
Bogota, Colombia. 



Ecuador 

Bogota 

Peru 

Oyapok, Cayenne . . 
Merida, Venezuela 
Pitumarca, Peru. . 



Tilotilo, Tungas, 
Bolivia. 

Paramos of Mer- 
ida, Venezuela. 

Lord Howe Island 

Antioquia, Colom- 
bia. 
UsagaraE. Africa, 

Chimborazo, Ec- 
uador. 

Valle Dupar, Co- 
lombia. 

New Britain 



Nanegal, Ecuador. 
Moyobamba,Peru . 
Oaxaca, Mexico. . . 
Pebas, Peru 



Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Venezuela (?) 

Antioquia 



Location of type. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

do 

do 

Botteri Coll 

Armytage Coll 



Salvin Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Armytage Coll 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Edward Wilson Coll. 



Brit. Mus. , 
do 



Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Brit.Mus 



Salviu Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. ; and 
Smithsonian lust. 

Warsaw Mus(?) 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 

Salviu-Godmau Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 



do 
.do 
-do 
-do 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Gould Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Speke Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Mus. Godeffroy 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
SteereColl 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



-do 



-do 
-do 



Place of description 



Proc. //ooi. 
1856, p. 110 



Zool. Soc. London, 

±oJu, p. 110. 

do. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 138. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

18.'57, p.213. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 249. 
I'loe. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 489, pi. XX vii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 249. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 60, pi, V. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 438, pi. XXX, fig. a. 
Contr. to Ornitb., 1852, p. 

34, pi. Ixxxiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 52, pi. xi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 108. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 600 



Proc 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 778. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.153, 162 (1873). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 679, pUxxxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 327. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1872, p. 3, pi. i. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 354. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 20. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 113. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, !>. 28, pi. cxvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 19. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1871, p. 749. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 787. 

roc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 599. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 355. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, 1). 786. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 472, pi. xsxv. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 138, 162 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 105. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 75, pi. clix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 538. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1881,p. 452, pi. xxxix. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1860, p. 88. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1878, p. 136. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 378. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 979. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 276. 

Ibis, 1883, p. 154, pl.vii 

Ibis, 1883, p. 153, pl.vi 



No. of 
paper. 



96 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Otocorysperegrina 

Oxyrbamplius frater. . 

rachyccphala arcti- 

tortluis. 
fusco-flava 



rufinucha . 



soror 

Pachyrliauiphus albo- 

griseus. 
cinereiventris, 

Scl. MS. 
dorsalis, Scl. "MS. . 



— hoinochrous 

spoiliunis 

Paradisea raggiana. 



Paroaria cervicalis, 

Scl. MS. 
P a r r a intermedia 

(Bp.) Verr. MS. 
melanopygia 



Parus meridionalis 

Passer insularis 

Pavo nigripennia ; 

Percnostola fortis 

Petrochelidon .swain- 
soiii, new name for 
Hirnndo melanogas- 
ter, Swains. 

Peucsea notosticta 

Phacellodomus rufi- 

penms. 
sibilatrix, Diiring 

MS. 
Pbaethornis adolpbi 

(Salle MS.). 
Phasianus principalis . 

Pbeucticus crissalis . . 

uropygialis 

Pbilemon albitorques . 

cockerelli 

Pbilydor cervicalis . . . 

consobrinus 

ery tbron otus 

panerytbrus 

subfulvus 

Pblogoenas bartletti.. 

Pblogoenas jobann.o . . 

PboDnicotbraupis gut- 

turalis. 
Pbtenicopterus jamesi 

Pbrygilus coracinus . . 



Locality. 



Bogota... 

Veragua . 



Larat, Tenimber 

Islands. 
do 



Atam, Arfak 
Mountains,New 
Guinea. 

....do 

Bogota 



Santa Marta. 
Bogota (?)... 



Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Orangeisa Bay, 
New Guinea. 

Bolivia 



Venezuela . 



Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 

El Jacale, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Socotra 



(?) 

Pebas and Cbyav- 
etas, Peru. " 



South Mexico . 

Bolivia 

Argentina 

Soutb Mexico. 



Murgbab, central 
Asia. 

Riobamba, Ecua- 
dor. 

Colombia 



A dmiralty Islands 

New Britain 

Britiab Guiana . . . 

Colombia 

Bogota, Colombia . 
Colombia 



Gualaquiza, Ecua- 
dor. 
Pbilippines (?) . .. 

Duke of York 

Island, 
('olombia 



Tarapacd, Chili . 
do 



Location of type. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



do 

D'Albertis Coll. 

do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

do 

do 

D'Albertis Coll. 



Place of description. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

Sall6 Coll 

Brit. Mus 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Miis. 

do :... 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mua. 
Doring Coll 



Gould Coll 

Prince of "Wales Coll. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Challenger Coll. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



....do .... 
....do.... 
....do.... 

Brit. Mus. 



Twceddale Coll. in 

Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



H. B. James Coll. 
(Now in Brit. Mus.). 
do 



. London, 

Birds, p. 
Birds, p. 
London, 

. London, 
London, 

Birds, p. 

London, 

London, 

London, 

London, 
xvi. 
London, 

London, 

London, 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 110, pi. cii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 326. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 55, pi. xiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 198, pi. xxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 692. 

do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1857, p. 78. 
Cat. American 

242 (1862). 
Cat. American 

243 (1802). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1859, p. 142. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 279. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1873, p. 559. 
Cat. American 

108 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1856, p. 282. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1856, p. 283. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1856, p. 293. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1881, p. 169, pi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1860, p. 221. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1867, p. 980. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. 

1858, p. 296. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 322. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, p. 33. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 461. 
Pedc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 287. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1885, p. 324, pi. xxii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 19. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 840. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 553. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 104. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, p. 33. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 328. 
Nomenci. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 66, 160 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 110. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 378. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1863, p. 377, pl.xxxiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soo. London, 

1877, p. 112 pi. xvi. 
Ann. and Mag. Mat. Hist., 

ser 2, XIII p. 25 (1854). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1886, p. 399, pi. xxxvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1891, p. 133, pi. xiii. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 97 
List of new species described — Continued. 



• Name. 



Locality. 



Phrygilus ocularis , Cuenca, Ecuador. 

Phylloniyias berlep- S.E.Brazil 

s'chi. 
gr iaoo capil la Brazil 

(Lafr.MS.). I 



platyrbyncba . . 
.scmifusca 



Goiaz, Brazil 



Santa Martn, Co- 
lombia. 



Piaya iiinricrissa Colombia 

thermopliila Jalapa, S.Mexico 



Picolaptes layardi Para, Brazil 

parvirostris • S. E. Brazil . 



puncticep.s ' Guiana 

Pionu8 hajmatotis ! Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Pipilo albicollis San Miguel ile las 

j Peras, S.Mexico. 
Pipilopsis flavigularisi Colombia 



Pipra coracina 

deliciosa 

flavicaiiilla 

flavicollis , 

flavo-tincta , 

heterocerca 

isidorei , 

leucorrboa 

menialis 

uattercri , 

pyrocephala 

Pipr.neidia albiventris 
Pipreola jucuuda 



melauolivma 



Pipridea venezuelen- 

sis. 
Pithys erythrophry-s. . 



lunulata 

melanosticta 



Platyrbynchus albo- 

gularis. 
cancrominus 



• coronatus, Verr. 

MS. 
flavignlaris 



senex 

Plectroptenis niger. 

riippellii 

Poecilodryas a!thiops 

415— No. 49 



Bogota 

Nanegal, Ecuador 

Colombia 

Barra do Kio Negro 

Bogota 

Upper Amazon... 

Colombia 

do 

Cordova, S. Mexico 
Borba, Brazil 



Colombia . 



Cachi-Llacta, Ec 
uador. 

Caracas, V e n e - 

zuela. 
.-...do 



Colombia 

Sarayacu, Peru 
Sarayacu, Ecuador 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Rio Napo 



Colombia 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 
S. E. Africa (?) 
East Africa 



Location of type. 



Sclatcr Coll. in Brit. 

Mu,s. 
....do 



-do 

-do 

.do 

-do 
.do 
-do 



Salviu-Godmau Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Mus. d'Hist. Nat. 

Paris. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mu.s. 
do 



Mus. d'Hist. Nat. 

Paris. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



(?) 

Mus. d Hist. Nat. 

Paris. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salle Coll 



Vienna Mus- 



Mu.s. d'Hist. Nat. 

Paris 
...do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 



-...do 

Paris Mus.. 
Sclater Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
SalviuGodman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Kabakadai, New 
Britain. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Zool. Soc. Menagerie . 



Brit. Mus. 
do .... 



Place of description. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 454, pi. cxlv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1887, p. 49. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 382, pi. xxxvi, 

fig. 2. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.48, 159 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 383, pi. .Nxxvi, 

tig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 285. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 368. 

Ibis, 1873, p. 386, pi. xiv. . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, p. 34. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 69, 160 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, 1). 300. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 304. 
Eev. etMag.de Zool., 1852, 

p. 8. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 29. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. lyondon, 

1860, p. 90. 

Rev. etMag.de Zool., 1852, 

p. 9. 
Contr. to Ornitli., 1851, p. 

143. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1852, p. 34, pi. xlviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1860, p. 313. 
Rev. etMag.de Zool., 1852, 

p. 9. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1863 p. 63, pi. X. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 299, pi. cxxi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864,p. 6ll,pl.xxxix. 
Rev. et Mag.de Zool., 1852, 

p. 9. 
Rev. etMag.do Zool., 1852, 

p. 8. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 89, pi. clx (Euch- 

lornis jucuuda on plate). 
Ann. and ^lag. Nat. Hist., 

ser. 2,XVII,p.469(1856). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 265. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854,p. 255,pl. lxxii,tig.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 276, pi. xxvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1880, p. 160. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860. p. 68. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1860, p. 299. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 71. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 382. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 156. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 28, pi. vii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 132. pi. chii, tig.l. 
Proc. Zool. .Soc. London, 

1880, p, 66, pi, vii, tig. 1. 



98 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Pogonotriccus guala- 
quizae, Scl. MS. 

Polioptila albiloris. . . 


W.Ecuador 

River Motagua, 
Guatemala. 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus, 
Gould Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
1887, p. 48 (see also 1885, 
p. 89). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 298. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 127. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 584. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 341, pi. XX, 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

]869,p. 152,pl.xiii. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 599 


1019 

182 
215 


Polytmusleucorrhous, 

Gould MS 
Poo&piza bonapartii . . . 


Cobati, Rio Negro. 

Lima, Peru 

Tinta, Peru 


413 
408 
471 


erytbrophrys 

oxyrhyncba(Natt, 

MS.)., „ 


Sierra de Totoral, 

Catamarca. 
Curytiba, Brazil.. 

Cosquiu, Cordova, 
Argentine Re- 
public. 

Rio Napo.Ecuador 

Lima, Peru 

Pebas, Peru 

Fcayali, Pebas, 
Cliamicuros. 

Caracas, Veuezu- 
ela. 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 


do 


895 


do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 608. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p, 43, pi. ix. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 453. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 343, pi. xxi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 981, 

Exotic Ornith,, p, 105, pi, 

liii (1808), 
Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 

1868, p. 452, pi. XXXV. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 161. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1872, p, 729, 

Proc, Zool. Soc, London, 

1854, p. 249. 
Proc. Zool, Soc, London, 

1864, p. 108, pi, xiv. 
Nomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.141, 162 (1873). 
Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 

1890, p, 403. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 609, pi. xxxviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p, 193, pi, xxii, 
Proc. Zool, Soc, London, 

1880, p. 158, pi. xvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
1873, p. 696, pi. Ivii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 556. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 693. 

do 


328 


do 


925 


Porzaua castaneiceps. 
ery tbrops 


Bnt.Mus 


448 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 


408 
423 




12 






448 




Salvin-(Toduian Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


848 




594 






Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus, 
Speke Coll 


62 


Psalidoprocne albi- 

ceps. 
Psophia napensis 

Pteroglossusdidymus . 

Pteroptochus tliora 

cicus. 
Pteropus forniosus 

Ptilochloris buckleyi- 

Ptilonopus bellus 

Ptilopus johauuis 

Ptilotis cinerea 


Uzinza 

Rio Napo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Upper Amazon... 

Rio Madeira, Bra- 
zil. 


307 


Brit. Mus 


13 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
iu Brit, Mus, 


1091 
328 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie.. 

Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit, Mus. 
D'Albertis Coll 

Challenger Coll 

D'Albertis Coll 

... do 


618 


Pindo, Ecuador. . . 

A tarn, Arfak 
Mountains, New 
Guinea. 

Admiralty Is- 
lands. 

At am, Arfak 
Mountains, New 
Guinea. 
do 


848 
628 

762 
628 

628 


Pyranga testacea 

Pyrgisoma cabanisi . . . 
Pyrigleua ellisiaua . . . 


Chitra and Calo- 
vevora, Vera- 
gua. 

San Jos6, Costa 
Rica. 

Santa Fe di Bo- 
gota. 


Salvin-Godman Coil, 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1868, p. 388. 

Proo. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 324. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 109, pi. c. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 247. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 66. 

Proc, Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 90, pi. xcvin. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1859, p. 45. 
Nomencl. Av, Neotrop., 

pp. 129,162(1873), 
Cat, American Birds, p, 

140(1862), 
Cat. American Biids, p. 

141 (1862), 
Ibi.s, 1884, p, 157 


445 

443 
76 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
do 


122 






116 


tyrannina 

Pyrocephalus mexi- 

canus. 
Querquedula andiuni . 

Quiscalus scquatori- 

alia, Scl. MS. 
aasimilis, Scl. MS . 


Santa F6 di Bo- 
gota. 


Brit. Mus 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll, 

in Brit, Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


75 
139 


Ri obam ba and 

Mocha, Ecuador. 

Babahoyo 


13 
8 
8 


Mazatlan, Mexico . 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


969 







BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 99 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Eallus inslgnis 


Kabakadai, New 
Britain. 




Proc. Zool Soc. London, 

1880, p. 66, pi. viii. 
I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 123, pi. X. 
Pioc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 31. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 692. 

Ibis, 1883, p. 95 


845 


do 


464 


semiplumbeus . . . 

Rectes bennetti 

Rhaiiiphocajnus albi- 

ventris. 
cinerei ventris 

sanctfp martba'.. 

Rhaniphocc.lus d o r - 
salis, Bp. MS. 

epbippialis 




Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
D'Albertis Coll 

Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 
Mus. 


84 


A t a m , A r f a k 
Mountains, Now 
Guinea. 

San Estebau, 
Venezuela. 

Paste, Colombia.. 

Santa Marta. Co- 
lombia. 


628 
947 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 

1855, p.76, pi. Ixxxvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc London, 

1861, p. 380. 
Tanagrarum Catalogus 

Specilicus,pp. 9,15(1854) ; 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1854, p. 97. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p 130. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 

1856, p. 128. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 

1860, p. 207. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1893, p. 517. 
Nomend. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 76, 161 (1873). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 197, pi. xxvii. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 54. 
Proc. Zool. Soc.' Loudon, 

1883, p. 197. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 552. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 280. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 170, pi. xvii. 
Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 

Philadelphia, 1856, p.261. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 274. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 130. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 151. 
Ibis, 1859, p. 119 


73 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


229 

2,58 




do 


215 




Brit. Mus., and Sclater 

Coll. in Brit. Mus 
Zool. Soc. Menagerie. . 

Holmwood Coll. 

(horns only). 
S<dat(!r Coll. in Brit. 

Mas. 


86a 


Rhea macrorliyncha.. 


South Ainerica. . . . 


172 
1175 


bolmwoodi. 
Rbluocrypta fusca 

Rbipidura fusco-rufa. 

hamadryas 

opistherytbra 

seuiir libra 

Rhynchocyclu.s virid- 

iceps. 
Kbyucbo.striithu8 .so- 

cotranus. 
Saltator atripennis. .. 

flavidicollis 


Mendoza, Argen- 
tina. 

Larat, Moloe and 
Loetoe, Tenim- 
ber Islands. 

Larat, Tenimber 
Islands. 

Larat and Maroo, 
Tenimber Is - 
lands. 

Admiralty I s - 
lauds. 

Upper Amazon. . . 


13 

932 


do 


926 


do 

Challenger Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


932 

762 

614 
870 


Popayan, Colom- 
bia. 

Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Isthmus of Pan- 
ama. 


Acad, of Nat. Sci. 

Philadelphia. 
Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


95 
180 
215 




. . do 


471 


Sayoruis aquatica 


Dueiias, Guate- 
mala. 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Sall6 Coll . 


156a 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 17. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 290. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 56. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 132. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 290. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 156. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 188. 
Noniencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp.47, 158(1873). 
do 


99 




Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Ega, Upper Ama- 
zon. 

Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Sarayacu, Ecuador 

Lower Ucayali 

Ecuador and Co- 
lombia. 


92 


Scops barbarus 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 


431 
118 


Scytalopu.s prosthel- 

euciis. 
Serpophaga albogri- 

sea. 
hypoleuca 

pceciloccrca 


Salle Coll 


92 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


848 

380 

13 


... do 


13 


Setophaga albifrons.. 
Spermophila corvina. . 


Merida, Venezu- 
ela. 


do ., 


Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 784. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 379. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 181. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 276. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1864, p. 607. 


520 


do 


153 




do 


380 


oplitbalmica 

. pileata, ISTatt. MS. 


Bababoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 

Borda do Matto, 
Brazil. 


do 


180 


do 


328 



100 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



List of new species described — Coutiuued. 



Name. 



Locality. 



Sphenseacus pycnopy- 

gins. 
Sphenopsis ijiiiobilis.. 

Spodiornis jariliiiii . . . 

Stenopsis nificervix.. 

Sterna cassini i 

Strix sororcula 



Damara Country, 

S. W. Africa. 
Brazil 



Sturnella Indoviciana 

hippocrepis. 
meridional i-s - 



mexicana. 

iieglecta. . 

Sublegatiis glaber. . 



Sycalis chry sops 

pelzolni 

Synallaxis albigularis 

(Lafr.MS.). 
antisiensis 

are(iuipce 



— • brunncitaud a 1 i s 
(Lafr.MS.). 
— cauiceps 



curtata 

elegaii.s 



— elegantior, iioni. 
emend, pro elegans, 
Scl. 

— erytbrops 



Ecuador 

Colombia 

Falkland Islands. 

Larat, Tenimber 

Islands. 
Cuba 



Location of type. 



Strickland Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Place of description. 



.do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. (?). 
Brit. Mus 



Venezuela . 



Mexico 

North America. 
Venezuela 



Buenos Aires 
Rio Napo 



Cuenca, Ecuador. 
Arequipa, Peru. . 

Ilio Najw 

Brazil 



Caracas, V e n e - 

zuela. 
Colombia 



Bogota. 



. erythrothorax. 



fusco-rufa 

graminicola 

griseo-murina 

hudsoni 

bypospodia 

hemosticta 

incBsta 

multo-striata 



— nuistelina, Natt. 
MS. ' 
. — pudibnnda 



pudica 

rufipennis. . . 

scutata 

spixi 

stictotborax . 

subcristata . . 

subpudica 



Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Central America, 
Coban, and Hon- 
duras. 

San Sebastian, Co- 
lombia. 

Junin,Peru 



San Lucas, Ecua- 
dor. 

Conchitas, Buenos 
Ayres. 

Baliia, Brazil 



Colombia 

Bogota 

Colombia 

Rio M.adeira 

Obraillo, Peru 

Colombia 

Tilotilo, Bolivia. 

Brazil 

do 



Guayaquil, Ecua- 
dor. 

Caracas, V e n e ■ 
zut'la. 

Bogota, Colombia. 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 

....do 

...do 

....do 



Contr. to Ornith., 1852, p. 

148. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 379. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 322. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 140, pi. xiv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 391. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 52. 
Ibis, 1884, p. 25 



Ibis, 1884, p. 26. 



No. of 
paper. 



.do 



-do 



....do 

Lafresnaye Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Lafresnaye (Joll 

Eyton (JoU 

Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
....do 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Derby Mus 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
"Warsaw Mus 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
-...do 



do 

do 

Paris Mus 

Vienna Mus. ( ?)- 
Warsaw Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Brit. Mus 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do ..-. 

Ibis, 1884, p. 25 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, pp. 171, 172, pi. xiii, 
fig. 2. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 376. 

Ibis, 1872, p. 42 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 63. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858. p. 457. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1869, p. 417. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 62. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 98. 
Ann. and Maif. Nat. ITist., 

ser.2,XVIf, p. 466(1856). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 636, pi. xlix, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 25. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

151 (1862). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 66. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 75, pi. Ixxxvi. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1882, p. 578, pl.xliii, fig. 1. 
I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 446, pi. Iviii, fig. a. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1882, p. 578, pi. xliii, fig.2. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 25. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 10. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 192. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 26. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 273. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 14. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874,p. 445, pi. Iviii. fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 191. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 620. 
I'roc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1859, p. 191. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 98. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 191. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 20, pi. iv, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 10. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 101 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Locality. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
pajjer. 


Synallaxis terricolor.. 




Brit. Mus., Sclater 
Coll., and Salvin- 
Godmau Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Warsaw Mus 

Brit. Mus., and Sclater 
Coll. in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 

do 


Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
1866, p. 183. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1874, p. 446. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 184. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 600 


380 


<Tnnin,Peru 


662 


Yulpecnla 


380 


Oi'an, Salta,, Ar- 
gentine Repub- 
lic. 

Paramo of Pam- 
plona, Colombia. 

Bogota, Colombia. 

(niatemala 

Cordillera de 

Chucu, Veragua 

New Granada 


895 




Proc. Zool. Soe. London, 

1870, p, 840. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 156. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1868, p. 58. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p.440,pl.xxxii. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

86 (1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1854, p. 158,pl.lxix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

]851,p. 193,pl. sli. 
Proc. Zool. Soo. London, 

1887, p. 47. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1851, p. 193, pi. xlii. 
Pioc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864 p. 607. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 129. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1883, p. 53. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 105. 
Proc. Zool. Soe. Loudon, 

1880, p. 159. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 270, pi. ix, 

flg.L 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

.ser. 4, VI, p. 471. 

Ibis, 1864, p. 371, pi. X 

Proc. ZooT. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 380. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 299. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 65. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 18. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 214, pi. cxxxix. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 141. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1855, p. 19, pi. Ixxxii. 

Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 

1858, p. 65. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 18, pi. Ixxix. 
Edinburgh New Phil. 

Journ.'n. s., I, p. 247. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1876, p. 18, pi. iii. 

-Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 252. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p: 19,pl. Ixxx. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 133. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 756. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1808, p. 571. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 19, pi. Ixxxi. 


524 


Syristes albocinereus. 

Syrninni fulvescens. . . 

Tacbyphonus cbryso- 
melas. 

cristatellas, Scl. 

MS. 
xanthopygius 

TiBuioptera erythio- 

pygia. 
. bolo.spodia 


do 


848 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 


431 
484 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


8 
60 




Edward Wilson Coll . 

Brit. Mus 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

. do 


42 




1019 




42 


Tanagra olivina, Natt. 
MS. 


Guy aba, Brazil 


328 
215 


Tanygnatlius subaf- 

fluis. 
Tany siptera nigriceps 

Terenura liunieralis . . . 

— spodioptila 

Testudo argentina, 
new name for T. 
cliilensia, Gray. 

Tetragonops t'rautzii . . 

Tbamnistes a-qiiatori- 
alis. 

anabatinus 

Tliamnopbilns a'thi- 
ops. 


Larat, Tenimber 

Islaud.s. 
Duke of York 

Island. 
Sarayacu, Ec uador 

Bartica Grove, 

British Guiana. 

Argentina 

Costa Rica 


Brit. Mus 

T weeddale Coll. in 

Brit. Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
do 


926 
750 
848 
891 


Zool. Soc. Menagerie . . 

Smithsonian Inst 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 


528 

333 
229 


Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 


182 
116 


(Tiiayaquil and 
Puna Island, 
Ecuador. 

Ul)i)er Amazon . . . 


70 


amazoni<us 


Sclater Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 


121 
89 


csesius (Cut. 

MS.). 


liritish Gniana 


Paris Mus. and Scla- 
ter Coll. in Brit. 
Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


70 
116 




Chamicuros, E. 
Peru. 

Peruvian Ama- 
zons. 

Huiro, Peru 

Santecomapam, 

Mexico. 
Santa Marta, Co- 

bmibia. 
Central America. . 

Xeberos, Peru 


70 


maculipenuis 

melanchrou.s 

melanocrissus 

luelanonotns 

melanothorax 


do 


82 


Sclater Coll. and Sal- 
vin-Godman Coll. in 
Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 

Brit. Mus 


712 

178 
70 
107 


mnrinns, Natt. 

MS. 
- — nigriceps 

nigrociuereus 


Sclater Coll. iu Brit. 

Mus. 
do 


417 
454 


Para, Brazil 


Brit. Mus. and Sclater 
Coll. in Brit. Mus. 


70 



102 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of netv species described — Continued. 



Name. 


Localitj'. 


Location of type. 


Place of description. 


No. of 
paper. 


Tliamnophilns simplex 

strenuus, Scl. MS. 

sul)fa.sciatus 


Para, Brazil 

Cayenne 

Tilotilo, Yuugas, 
Bolivia. 

Guayaquil, Ecua- 
dor. 

Oyapok, French 
Guiana. 


Sclater Coll. in 

Mus. 
do 

Salvin-Godinan 
in Brit. Mus. 


Brit. 
Coll. 


Ibis, 1873. p. 387, pi. xv.... 

Cat. American Birds, p. 

173(1862). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 357, pi. xxxiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 18. 
INomencl. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 69, 160 (1873). 
Edinburgh New Phil. 

Journ., n. s., I, p. 244. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 194. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1879, p. 146. 
Cat. American Birds, p. 

299 (1862). 

do 


636 

8 

723 

70 


. tristis 


Sclater Coll. in 

Mus. 
do 


Brit. 


13 

82 




TJpiier Ucayali 

Gua.jungo, Caja- 
inarca, Peru. 


Gould Coll 


380 


letti, Gould MS. 




811 


nowskii. 




8 


ce.sia^, noni. emend, 
pro fanny, Less. 






8 


emend, pro enicu- 

rus, "Vieill. 
Thlypopsis amazo- 

num. 
Tliripophaga fusci- 

ccps. 


Lower Ucayali 

Bolivia 


Sclater Coll. in 
Mus. 


Brit. 


Cat. B.Brit. Mus., XI, p. 

229(1886). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, p. 33. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864, p. 167. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 781. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 74. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 371. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 321. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 14. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 64. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 84. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1869, p. 592, pi. xlv. 
Ibi.s, 1860, p. 30 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 328. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1875, p. 38. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 392. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 277. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 392. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 253. 
Noniend. Av. Neotrop., 

pp. 152, 162 (1873). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1857, p.82, pl.cxxv,flg.l. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 
1857, p. 83, pi. cxxv,fig.2. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1856, p. 295. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1857, p.83,pl. cxxv,flg.3. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1855, p. 149. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1855, p. 66, pi. Ixxxiv, 

fig.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 70. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 781. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1877, p. 522. 

Ibis, 1881, p. 267 


19 
1056 


Sclater Coll. in 

Mus. 
do 


Brit. 


311 


Thryopliilus fulvus. . . 

Thryothorus euo- 
phrys. 

felix 


Hua8ampilla,Peru . 


633 


do 


164 


Oaxaca, Mexico . . 

Martinique, "West 
Indies. 

St. Lucia, "West 
Indies. 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

Nanegal. Ecuador. 

Eeal Arriba, Mex- 
ico. 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Goyaz and Matto- 
G rosso, Brazil. 

Cauca, Colombia. - 

Oaxaca, Mexico. . . 


do 

do 


153 

387 




.do 


711 


mystacalis 

nigricapillus 

nisorius (Li(Oit. 

MS.) 
pleurostictus 


do 

do 


163 
165 




489 


Sclater Coll. in 

Mus. 
do 


Brit. 


200 
514 


MS. 
Tigrisoma salmoni 

Tinamus boucardi, 
Sall6 MS. 


Salvin-Godman 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sclater Coll. in 

Mus. 
do 


Coll. 
Brit. 


678 
153 
114 






do 


153 






do 


178 




Western Ecuador, 
I'anama, and 
Cbiriqui. 

Rio Napo, Ecuador 

. do 


Salvin-Godman Coll. 
in Brit. Mus. 

Sir "William Jardino 

Mus. 
... do 


13 


Todirostrum calopter- 
nm. 


104 
104 




Cordova, S.Mexico 


Salle Coll 


92 




Sclater Coll. in 
Mus. 


Brit. 


104 




Santa Fe di Bogota 

Santa Marta, Co- 
lombia. 


77 


nigriceps, ,;',?... 


Sclater Coll. in 
Mus. 

do 


Brit. 


• 72 
116 


pnlcbelluni 




do 


633 


Mongi, Ecuador. . . 

Pebas and Yqui- 
tos, Peru. 


Salvin-Godman 

in Brit. Mus. 

do 


Coll. 


759 




891 













BIBLIOGRAPHY OP WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 103 

List of new species described — Continued. 



Name. 



Tragelaphus gratus. . . 

.spekil 

Tribonyx gotikli 



Trichoglossus rubri 

gularis. 
subplacens 

Troglodytes brunuei- 

collis. 
hypaiidon 



solstitiali.s 

Trogon chioniii-us 

Turdna epbijipialia ... 

fulviventris.Verr. 

MS. 

hortulorum 

iguobilis 



• lencaucben. . 

■ piuioola 

subciuereus. 



Locality. 



Gaboon 

Karagwch . . . 

Tasmania 

New Britain - 



Naiabui, N e w 

Guinea. 
Parada, S. Mexico 

S. Mexico 



Matosand Piuipi, 

Ecuador. 
Panama 



Colombia 

P)Ogota, Colombia. 



Macao, China. 
Colombia 



Location of type. 



(?) 

Speke (^oU 

Zool. Soo. Menagerie. 

Mus. Godcffroy 

D'AIbertis Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mns. 
do 



do 



Salvin Godman Coll. | 
in Brit. Mns. i 

Sclater Coll. in Brit, i 

Mus. 
do 



Turtur aldabranns 

Tyranneutes brachy- 

urus. 
Tyranniscns gracili- 

pes, Scl. MS. 
griseiceps 



Guatemala 

Jalapa, S.Mexico. 
Chili 

Aldabra Island... 

Bartica Grove, 

British Guiana. 

Pebas, Peru 



improbus 



lenoogonys 

viridissimus 

Tyrannulaphcenicura 

sulphureipygia . . 

Tyrannulus chrysops. 
cinereiceps 



Pallatanga and Ba- 
bahoy o, Ecuador. 

Andes of Vene- 
zuela and Colom- 
bia. 

Colombia 



flavidifrons 

semiliavus 

Tyrannus atrifrons. . 

inca, Liclit. MS. . 

nivoigularis 

TJpucertbia bridges! . 

Urochroma dilectis- 

sinia. 
stictoptera 



Urogalba amazonum . 
Uraus japonicua 



nasutus 

Vireo hypochryseus.. 

josephaj 

i modestus 



Cosnipata, Peru. . . 
Quijos, Ecuador. . . 
Cordova, S.Mexico 

Gualaquiza and 
Zamora, Ecuador 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 

do 

Vera Paz, Guate- 
mala. 

Ecuador 



Swinhoe Coll 

Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

do 

Cambridge Mu s . 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



.do 



do 

do 

Gould Coll. 
Sall6 Coll.. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



-do 



Bolivia 

Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Bolivia 



M e r i d a , Vene- 
zuela. 
Colombia 



N. Brazil, Para, 

and R. Amazon. 

Japan , 



South America( ?) . 

Mexico 

Pallatanga, Ecua- 
dor. 
Jamaica 



Salvin-Godman Coll. 

in Brit. Mus. 
Eyton Coll 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Brit. Mus - 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Sclater Coll 

Zool. Soc. Menagerie. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Place of description 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1880, p. 452. pi. xliv. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1864,p. 103, pl.xii. 
Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., 

ser.3, XX, p. 12.3 (1807). 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1881, p. 451. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1876, p. 519. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 297. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 128. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 550. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 843. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 109. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 273. 

Ibis, 1863, p. 196 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1857, p. 273. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 447. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859, p. 334. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1866, p. 320. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1871,pp.C23, 692,pl.lxxiii. 
Ibis, 1881, p. 269 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1867, p. 981. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 842. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 841, pi. liii, fig. 3. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1870, p. 841, pi. liii, fig. 1. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1873, p. 782. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1854,p.ll3,pl. lxvi,flg.l. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 296. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1858, p. 458. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 69. 



-do, 



..do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 300. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1857, p. 274. 
Proc. Zool. Soo. London, 

1861, p. 383. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 281. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1889, p. 32. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1870, p. 788, pi. xlvii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 112, pi. xi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1855, p. 14. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, pp. 187, 261, pi. 

xxxii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 

1868, p. 73, 1)1. viii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1862, p. 369, pi. xlvi. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1859. p. 137, pi. cliv. 
Proo. Zool. Soc, London, 

1860, p. 462. 



104 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of vew species described — Continued. 



i^faine. 



Vireolariinspulcliellus 
Vireosylvia cobaneu- 

sis 

Xeuops littoral is 

mc'xicanus 

Xiphocolaptes emi- 

grans. 
Xipborhynclius piisil- 

lus. 
tlioracicus 

Zonotricliia botteri... 

boHcardi 

quinqiiestriata. . . 

Zosterops griseiveii- 
tris 



Locality. 



Central America. . 
Guatemala , 



Esmeraldas, Ec- 
uador. 

Cordova, S. Mex- 
ico. 

Central America . 

Colombia 



Babahoyo, Ecua- 
dor. 
Orizaba, Mexico . . 

South Mexico 

Mexico 



Larat, Loetoe and 
Moloe, Tenim- 
ber Islands. 



Location of type. 



Brit. Mus 

Sclatcr Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Sail 6 Coll. 



Sdater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



do 

Botteri Coll. 



Sclater Coll. in Brit. 

Mus. 
do 



Brit. Mus. 



Place of description. 



Ibis, 1859, p. 12 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1860, p. 463. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1861, p. 379. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 

1856, p. 289. 
Ibis, 1859, p. 118 



Proc. 

1860 
Proc. 

1860 
Proc. 

1857 
Proc. 

1867, 
Proc. 

1868 
Proc. 

1883 



Zool. Soc. London, 
, p. 278. 

Zool. Soc. London, 
, p. 277. 

Zool. Soc. London, 
, p. 214. 

Zool. Soc. London, 
p. l.pl.i. 

Zool. Soc. Loudon, 
, 1). 323. 

Zool. Soc. London. 
, p. 199. 



No. of 
paper. 

156 

197 

229 
92 
156a 
180 
180 
109 
398 
443 
932 



PART V. 
LIST OF SPECIES FIGURED. 



Name. 



Accipiterbicolor, cf.aiid 9 jr 

castaniliiis 

chilensis, d", ? 

chionogaster, $ 

coUaris, cT adult aufl young 

erythrocneuiis, cf , ? 

francesi 

guttatus 

Eaplocln'ous 

pectoralis 

poliocopbalu.s, $ adult anil 

young. 

ventralis 

AgolaMis cyanopus, (/, $ 

Agi'ioruis insolens 

poUt'us 

solitiiria 

Anipelioi) arcuatus, cfi 9 

ciuetus, d, 9 

Anabazeuops guttulatus 

subalavis 

AniBretes feruaudezianua 

Anas gibberifrous 

nielleri 

scutulata (Casarca leucoptera 

on ])late). 

Anthu.s bogotensis 

iiatttreri 

Antilocapra americana, young 

Antrostouius nuiculicaudus 

■ ornatus 

parvulus 

Apteryx niantelli 

Aquila na^via 

Ara spixi 

Aramides calopterus 

Arctictis binturong 

Ardettainvolncris 

Argus giganteus, cT pull 

giganteus, egg 

Arreuion erytbrorliynclius 

niysticalis 

siieotabilis 

wucliereri, cT 

Artanius insignis 

Astaous cnldwelli 

Asturinn uattcri'ri, adultaiid > oung 

jilagiata, adult imd >(iiiiig 

■ ■ puclifnmi, aiUilt and young . . . 

ruticauda, adult and young 

Ateles, sp 

cucullatus 

• f usciceps 

nielanocliir 

, (figures ol tour individ- 
uals sbowing variations in 
color). 

rufiventris 

vellerosus 

Attagiscliimborazensis 

Aurlienia pacos, cT, 9 (gi'oup) 

Aulacorhaniphus calorliyncus 

cy anola'iau.s 

ery thrognatlius 

whitelj'auus 

Automolus holostielus 

rubidus 



■Wlioro figured. 



No. of 
paper. 



ExoticOrni th., p. 137, pi. Ixix 

Exotic Ornith., p. 35, pi. xviii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 73, pi. xxxvii . . 

ExotuOruitli., p. 27, pi. xiv 

Ibis, 1800, p. 148, pi. vi 

ExotK^ Ornith.,1). 33, pi. xvii 

Ibis, 1864, p. 298, pi. vii , 

Exotic Ornith., p. 169, pi. Ixxxv . 

Ibis 1859, p. 275, pl. viii , 

Ibis ]861,p. 314,pl.x 

Ibis, 1800, p. 322, pi. x 



Exotic Ornith.,]). 25, pl. xiii 

Ibis, 1884, p. 1.1, pl. i 

Cat r.ds r.rit Mus., XIV, p. 7, pl. ii 

Cat. Bds. lint . Mus., XIV, p. 7, pl. i 

Cat Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 7, pl. iii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 171, pl. Ixxxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 1.52, pl. civ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 272, pl. cxxx. - 

Cat. American Bird.s, \i. 159, pl. xiv 

Ibis, 1871, p. 179, pl. vii, iig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 453, jd. xxxiii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 487, pl. xxxiv. 
"Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xlix 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 109, pl. ci 

Ibis. 1878, p. 366. pl. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. CO, pl. iii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 586, jil. xlvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 586, pl. xlv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 138, pl. xiii 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xliv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1878, p. 976, pl. Ixi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. I>o)idon, 1878, p. 439, pl. xxviii 

Wolf's Ziiological Sketches, II, pl.x 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 101, pl. xvii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 115, pl. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 115, pl. viii, Iig. 1 . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, ]). 83, jd.Ixxsix 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 131, pi. x('ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854. p. lll.pl.lxvii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 278, pl. xvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 101 , pl. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 469, pl. xvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 173, pl.lsxxvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 179, pl. xc 

Exotic Ornith., p. 177, pl.lxxxix 

Exotic Ornith., p. 175, pl Ixxxviii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London II. p. 621, pl. 8 (1865). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 223, pl. xiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 664, pl. liv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 220, jd. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p, 419, pis. xlviii, xlix . 



Proc, Zool. Soc. London. 1872, p. 688, pl. Ivii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1872, p. 5, pl. ii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 157, pl. Ixxix 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xxvi 

Cat. Bds lirit. M us., XIX, p. 15.5, pl. viii. . . 

Cat. Bds. But. Mus., XIX, p. 160, pl.x 

Cat Bds. Brir. .Mus., XIX, p. 154, pl. vii 

Cat. Bds, r.rit. M us., XIX, p. 1.56, pl. ix 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 89, pl. vi , 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 9, pl. vii 



105 



106 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of species figured — Coutiniied. 



j^ame. 



"Where figured. 



Babirussaalfurus 

, young 

Baljeniceps rex 

Basileuterua cinereicollis 

- — • fraseri 

lueaoleucus 

semicervinus 

uropygialis 

Bassarid astuta 

Berlepsohia rikeri 

Beriiicla niagellauica (Chloephaga 
poliocephala in text) d", ? ■ 

Bolborhynchus aymara 

Bos frontalis, ? adult and young. . 

, young 

Botaurus pinnatus 

Brachygalba albigularis 

greriugi, d",? 

cf,? 

lugubris, cfj ? 

melanosterna, cf 

aalmoni 

Brady pus tridactylus 

Buarremon castaneif'rons 

comptus 

elieoprorus, egg 

latinuchus 

leucopis 

leucopterus 

melanolwmus , 

nationi 

taczanowskii 

tricolor 

Bubalis buselapbus 

• caama 

cokei 

lichtensteiui 

swaynei 

", head ■ 

Bubo fasciolatiia 

Bucco bicinctus 



■ chacuru 

• collaris, 9 

• dysoni 

■ hyperrhyuchus. 



■ lanceolatus 

■ macrodactylus, 9 • 

■ niacrorhynohus... 
• maculatus 

■ ordi 

- pectoralis 

■ pulmentum 



• radiatus , cf , ? 

• rulicollis 



striatipectus 

striolatus, ? 

subtectus, cT 

swainsoni 

tamatia, cf 

tectus 

Buceros bicornis 

rhinoceros 

subcylmdricus 

Buteo etythronotus (egg) . 

fuliginosus 

swainsoni 

zonocercus 

Buthraupis arcsei... 

chloronota 

Cacatua ducorpsii 



goffini 

o^jhthalmica 



Proc. Zool. Sec. London, 1860, p. 443, pi. Ixxxiii . 

Proc.Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 463, pi. xlvii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xliv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 186.5, p. 285, pi. ix, fig. 2. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 653, pi. Ixi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 286, pi. ix, fig. 1 . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 286, pi. x, fig. 1. . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 286, pi. x, flg. 2. . 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xi v 

Ibis, 1 889, p. 350, pi. xi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xlix 



Argentine Ornith., II, p. 46, pi. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 233, pi. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 1, pi. i 

Exotic Ornith., p. 181, pi. xci 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufi'-birds, p. 45, pi. xiv. . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 41, pi. xii . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 253, pi. xviii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pulf-birds, p. 39, pi. xi . . . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 47, pi. xv. . . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 43, pi. xiii.. 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 235, pi. xxxv, fig. 1. . 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 264, pi. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 504, pi. xlii, tig. 7 . . . 

Ibis, 1879. p. 426, pi. X, fig. 1 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 261, pi. xiv. . 

Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1855, p. 214, pi. cix 

Ibis, 1879, p. 425, pi. x, flg. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London^ 1881, p. 485, pi. xl vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 236, pi. xxxv, fig. 2. . 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 269, pi. xvi 

The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 7, pi. i (1894) . 



The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 33, pi, iv (1894) 

The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 27, pi. iii (1894) 

The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 45, pi. v ( 1894) 

The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 21, pi. ii (1894) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1 892, p. 100, pi. v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1863, p. 376, \A. xxxiii 

Synopsis of the Bucconida-, p. 11, pi. ii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 91, pi. xxx 

Monogr. of Ja«amarsand Puff-birds, p. 103, pi. xxxiv 

Monogr. of Jacamars aiul Puff-birds, p. 61, pi. xix 

Monogr. of Jacamarsand Putt'-birds, p. 67.pl. xxi 

Monogr. of Jacamarsand Puff-birds, p. 71, pi. xxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 193, pi. cv 

Synopsis of the Bucconida^, p. 13, pi. iii , 

Monogr. of Jacamarsand i'utf liiids, p. 85, pi. xxviii , 

Monogr. of Jacamarsand Puff'-bird.s, p. 65, pi. xx 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt'-birds, p. 99, pi. xxxii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 77, pi. xxv 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 75, pi. xxiv 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt' birds, p. 97, pi. xxxi, flg. 2 . , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 194, pi. cvi 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 109, pi. xxxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lonilou, 1853, p. 122, pi. 1 

Synopsis of .the Buccouida', p. 10, pi. i 

MonogrTof Jacamars and Puff-binls, p. 89, pi, xxix 

Monogr. of Jacamarsand Putt' birds, p. 101, pi. xxxiii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 153, pi. Ixxvii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufi'-birds, p. 107, pi. xx.xv 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 83. ])1. xx vii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 73, pi. xxiii 

Monogr of Jacamars and Puff birds, p. 93, pi. xxxi, fig. 1 - - 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff birds, p. 79, pi. xxvi 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pi, xxix 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxx 

Proc.Zool Soc London, 1870, p. 668, pi. xxxix 

Ibis. 1860 p. '25, pi. i, fig. 3 

Trans. Zool. Soc London, IV. p. 267, pi. 62 (1858) 

Argentine Ornith. ,11. p. 59, pi. xvi 

Trans Zool. Soc, London, IV p. 263, pi. 59 (1858) 

Proc. Zool Soc. London, 1869, p. 439, pi, xxxi 

Proc, Zool Soc, London, 1854, p, 97 pi. Ixiv 

Proc Zool Soc. London, 1862, p. 141 pi. XIV 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 189, pi. xvii. The species 

figured 1862. pi. xiv, under this name is C. ophthalmica. 

Proc, Zool, Soc. London, 1875, p. 61, pi. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 188. Figured in Proc.Zool. 

Soc. London, 1862, pi. xiv, as C. ducorpsii. 



518 
198 
128 
21 
119 
484 
58 
259 
259, 315 



259, 315 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WKITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 
List of species fu)ured — Continued. 



107 



Name. 



Where figured. 



No. of 
paper. 



Caica sautbomera 

Callisteargentea 

arthnsi 

— ^ aurulenta 

argyrofenges 

atricapilla, cT, ?■ 

atriccerulea 

boliviana 

brasiliensis 

cabanisi 

cayaua 

. ■ cbrysoi)lnys 

. ■ chrysotis 

cojlicolor 

cucuUata 

. • cy aneicollis 

cyaneiventris 

• cyanescena 

■ cyanoptera 

cyanotis 



desmaresti 

dowii 

fastnosa 

festiva 

flava, cfi $ 

flaviventris . . 

— - florida 

fulvicervix . . . 

graminea 

guttata 

gyrola 

gyroloides . . . 

icterocephala 



inornata 

■ labradorides 

• larvixta 

■ lunigera 



melanonota, d^ ? 

nuilanotia 

nigricincta 

parzudakii 

pretiosa 

pulcbra 

punctata 

ruficervix 

ruflgenis 

ruflgula(C. rufigularisintext) 

schranki 

sclateri 

tatao 

tboracica 

. tricolor 

venusta 

viresceiis 

vitriolina 



xanthocephala 

. ■ xanthogastra 

yeui 

Callitbrix, sp 

Calornis crassa, cf, $ 

Campepbaga aurulenta 

Camptostoma imberbe 

Campylorbyucbus jocosus 

Canis azaraa 

cerdo 

cbama 

.jubata 

lateralis 

- — - microtis 

niger, cf , 9 

Capito maculicorouatus, cT, ? ■ 

steerii 

Capra ajgagrus, rf 

jenilaica 

niegaceros 

pieta, ? 

- siuaitica, cf , 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 301, pi. xxviii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 75, pi. xxxiv 

Mouogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 35, pi. xvi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 29, pi. xiv, tig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 354, pi. xxx, fig. 2 . . . 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 73, pi. xxxiii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 69, pi. xxxi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 07, pi. xxx 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 61, pi. xxviii 

Ibis, 1868, p. 71, pi. iii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 41,pl. xix 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 24, pi. Ixix, fig. 2 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 97. pl.xliii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 3, j)!. i, lig. 2 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 45, pi. xx 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 87, pi. xxxviii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 13, pi. vi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 79, pi. xxxv 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 53, pi. xxiv 

Cat. American Birds, ]>. 71, pi. ix 

Ibis, 1870, p. 407, pi. xii, fig. 2 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 59, pi. xxvii 

Ibis, 1863, p. 451, pi. xii 

Monogr. of Genua Calliste, p. 9, pi. iv 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 11, pi. v 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 47, pi. xxi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 63, pi. xxi x 

Proc. "Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 416, pi. xxviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 354, pi. xxx, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 25, pi. xii 

Mouogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 21, pi. x 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 55, pi. xxv 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 57, pi. xxvi 

Monogr. of Genua Calliste, p. 37, pi. xvii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 53, pi. Ixx, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Cixlliste, p. 103, pi. xlv 

Mouogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 89, pi. xxxix 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 81, pi. xxxvi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 95, pi. xlii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 65, pi. Ixx, flg. 2 

Monogr. of Genua Calliste, p. 51, pi. xxiii 

Ibis, 1876, p. 408, pi. xii, flg. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 85, pi. xxxvii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 93, pi. xii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 49, pl.xxii 

Monogr. of Genua Calliste, p. 33, pi. xv 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 19, pi. ix 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 71, pi. xxxii ... 

Mouogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 91, pi. xl 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 27, pi. xiii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 17, pi. viii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 31, pi. xiv, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 1, pi. i, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 15, pi. vii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 7, pi. iii 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 101, pi. xliv, flg. 2 

Contr. to Ornitbology, 1851, p. 22, pi. Ixix, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 39, pi. x viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 498, pi. xlii, fig. 2. . . . 

Monogr. of Genua Calliste, p. 99, pi. xliv, fig. 1 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p. 23, pi. xi 

Monogr. of Genus Calliste, p.5, pi. ii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pi. 8 (1865) . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 56, pi. xiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 692. pi. liv 

Ibis, 1859, p. 444, pi. xiv, fig. 1 

Cat. American JBirds, p. 17, pi. iii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xvi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. iv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 81, ])1. xvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877,p. 806, jd. Ixxxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London,]870, p. 279, pl.xxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 631, pi. xlvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 655, pi. ixxviii 

Ibis, 1862, p. l,pl. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1878, p. 140, pi. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 315, pi. xxxi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, 689, pi. Iviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 316, pi, xxxii 



816 

5 

5 

5 

723 

5 

5 

5 

5 

460 

5 

34 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

8 

741 

5 

300 

5 

5 

5 

5 

479 

723 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

35 

5 

5 

5 

5 

35 

5 

741 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

34 

5 

825 

5 

5 

5 

367 

926 

628 

159 

8 

7 

7 

681 

765 

512 

917 

667 

274 

775 

1006 

7 

7 

592 

1006 



108 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of species figured — Continued. 



Name. 



Cardinalis phreniceus, cf, 5 

Carpophaga melanochroa 

Casarca can a x Tadornavulpanser. 

hybrid, cf, ?■ 
leucoptera (Anas scutulata in 

text). 

Casuarins beccarii (head) 

bennettii, rf , ? 

, young 

bicarunculatus 

■ galeatus 

■ ■ Saupi 

picticollis (head) 

■ iiniappendiculatus 

westermanni (head) 

Catharopeza biahopi, 9 adult and 
cf.ir. 

Cathartes californianus (ogg) 

(J'oung) 

Cebus, sp 

Celeus kerri, cf , 5 

Centrites oreas 

Centropelma niicropteruni 

(Jentropsar mirus 

Cephalophus dorsalis 

Cephaloptcrus ppiuhiliger 

('eratopipra iracunda 

Cercoleptea caudivolvulu.s 

Cercopithecus brazzaj 

■ martini 

moloneyi 

pluto (C. stangeri on plate) 

schmldti 

■ ■ stairai 

■ stangeri (C. pluto in text) 

Ceriornis blytliii 

nielanocephala 

• • satyra, cf , ? 

• temniincliii 

Certhiola ddniinicana 

martinicana (C. martiniceusia 

on plate). 

Cervulus erinifrons 

micrurus 

rcevesi, young 

Cervus alfretli 

canadonsi.s, rf , $ 

cashnieerianua, cT 

davidianns, cf, $ 

duvaucelli, cfi 'i in summer 

dress. 
eldi, cf in summer dresa 

hnmilis 

leucurua, cf . ? 

mantchuricus, cf , ? 

— , in auiiimer and winter 

dress. 
niaral (C. wallichii on plate), 

d", $ and young. 
, cfi ? in winter dress, and 

young. 

pudn, cf, 9 

rusa, r', ? 

- — - savannaruni, cT 

aika, cf , ? 

, in summer dress 

swinhoii 

• -, cT, ? in winter dress 

taevanus 

— — ■ , rf' in summer dress and 

9 and young. 

wallichii (C. maral in text),cr , 

$ , young. 



"Where figured. 



Exotic Ornith., p. 125, pi. Ixiii 

Proc. Zool. See. London, 1878, p. 672, pi. xlii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 442, pi. clviii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xlix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 527, pi. iviii 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xliii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 359, pi. Ixxii (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 518, pl. xlii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, I"V, p. 358, pl. Ixxiii (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 495, pl. xxvi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV,p. 358, pl. lxxi(1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1872, p. 149, pl. ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 85, pl. xviii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p, 359, pl. Ixxiv (1862) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 85, pl. xx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 85, pl. xix 

Ibis, 1 880, p. 73, pl. i 

Ibis, 1860, p. 278, pl. viii 

Ibis, 1860, p. 278, pl. ix 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pl. 8 (1865) 

Ibis, 1892,p. 136, pl.iii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 191, pl. xcvi 

Exotic Ornith ., p. 189, pl. xcv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 176, pl. xxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 595, pl. xlvi 

Ibis, 1859, p. 114, pl. iii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 288, pl. xix 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pl. 8 (1865) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893. p. 443, pl. xxxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 176, pl. xiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 252, pl. xvii 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 245, pl. xvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892, p. 580, pl. xl 

AVolf 8 Zoological Sketches, I, pl. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 163, pl. xv 

List of Species of Phaaiauida', p. 10, pl. x 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 117, pl. viii, fig. 4 

List of Sjiecies of Phasianida^p. 11, pl. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 117, pl. viii, fig. 3 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 44, pl. v, tig. 2 I 

Cat.Bds.Brit.Mu8.,XI, p.46,pl.v,flg.l 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. l,pl. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 421, pl. Ii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 422, pl. Ii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 381, pl. xxviii 

"Wolf's Zoolduical Sketches, I,pl. xix 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 339, pl. xxx (1871) 

Trans. Zoul. Soc. London, VII, p. 333, pl. xxviii (1871) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 346, pl. xxxvi (1871) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 348, pis. xxxvii, xxxviii 

(1871). 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xviii 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xx 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches. II, pl. xiii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, \^. 344, pl. xxxi, in summer 

dress : pl. xxxii, in winter dress (1871). 
Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 336, pl. xxix (1871) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 238, pl. xvii 

Wolf's Zo(dogical Sketches, II, pl. xvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 690, pl. lix 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches. II, pl. xv 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 346, pl. xxxv (1871) , 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl xvii 

Proc. Zo(d. Soc. L(mdon, 1862, p. 1.52, pl. xvii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, VII, p. 349, pl. xxxix (1871) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, ]i. 152, pl. xvi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London. VII, p. 345, pl. xxxiii, cf in sum- 
mer dresa; xxxiv, r( and young (1871). 

Wolf's Zoological Sketclies, II, pl. xiv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl, xii 



No. of 
paper. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 
List of species figured — Continued. 



109 



Where figured. 



ChsBtocerciis burmoistori 

Chsetura biscutata 

brachycerca 

cassinii 

cinereiveutris 

rutila, d", ? 

semicollaris 

Chamffiza molliasima 

Chasiempis sandwicheusis, cf i ? -• 

Chasmorhynchus nudicollis 

Chauna nigricollis 

Chelidoptera albipennis 

brasllieusis 

tenebrosa 

(egg) 

Chiroinachajria nianacus, egg 

vitellina, egg 

Chiroiiiys madagascariensis 

Chiroxiphia regina 

Chloephaga luagollanica, rf, ? 

poliocephala, c^, $ (Bernicla 

niagfllani( a.dD plate). 

lubidiceps 

Chlorochrysa callipartea 

nitidissima 

phajuicotis 

Cbloroiierpes diguus, d 

Chlorophaues purpuraacens, cT - - - 

Cblorophouia calopbrys, d , 2 

flavirostris, 9 

frontalia 

longipeiniis 

— — ^occipitalis, d", $ 

roraiiuH3, cT 

Cblorospingus castaneicollis , 

llavipectua, egg 

goeringi 

melanotis 

pha^ocepbalua 

Cholopus didactylus 

lioffimanni 

Chrysotia bouqueti 

cceligeua 

dufreaniana 

erythrura 

finsclii 

xantholora 

ChuDga burmeisteri 

Cicoaba nigrolineata 

Cichlopaia leucogonya 

Ciconla boyciana 

aenegaleusia (Mycteria sene- 

galensis on plate). 

Cinclocerthia gutturalis 

macrorh yncha 

ruticauda 

Cinclua leuconotua 

achulzi 

Cinuyris balfouri, bird and nest.. 

Circua maillardi, d, ? 

Ciaticolaincana 

Clemmys unicolor 

Clotho iiasicornis 

Cnemopbilua luacgregorii 

Cnipodectes subbrunneus 

Cnipolegns hudsoui, cf 

Cobus ellipsipryiimus, $ and young 
Coccothrau.stea iuaculipenni8,c:f , ? 

Coccyzus cinereua 

Colids castanonotus 

erythromelon 

nigricollis 

Colobua ferrugiueua 

Conirostrum lerrugineiventre 

fraseri, cT 

Conopophaga cucuUata 

Conurua egregiiis 

bolfmanni 

molinje 



Argentine Oriiitb., TI, p. 2, pi. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 609, pi. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 758, pi. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 205, pi. xiv, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. lol, pi. xiv, fig. 1 

Ibis, 1860, p. 37, pi. iii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 103, pi. Hi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1855, p. 89, pi. xcv , 

Ibis, 1885, p. 18, pL i 

Intellectual Observer, X, p. 401, pi. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1804. p. 75, pi. xi 

Synopsis of the Bucconid<e, )>. 24, pi. iv 

Mouogr. of Jacaniars and Pulfbirda, p. 165, pi. Iv, fig. 2 . 
Monogr. of Jacaniars and Puti-birds, p. 161, pl. Iv, fig. 1 . 

Monogr. of Jacaniars and Putf-birds, p. 162, pl.lv 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 517, pl. xlii, fig. 11 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 517, pl. xlii, tig. 10 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II. pl. iii 

Quart. JournTof Sci., London, I, p. 216, pl. ii (1864) 

Cat. American I'.irds, p. 251, pl. xx 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xlviii , 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xlix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 387, pl. clxxiii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 99, pl. Ixxiii, fig. 1 , 

Ibis, 1875, p. 460, pL X 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 100, pl. Ixxiii, tig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 20, pl. i , 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mu.s., XI, p. 31, pl. iv 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 135, pl. Isviii 

Cat. Bd.s. Brit. Mua., XI, p. 56, pL vi, fig. 2 

Exotic Ornith., p.81, pl. xli, tig. 1 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 82, pl. xli, tig. 2 

Exotic Oruith.,p. 83, pl. xlii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mua., XI, p. 56, pl. vi, fig. 1 

Cat. American Birds, p. 90, ])1 . x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 503, pl. xlii, fig. 6 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 784, pl. xlvi, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, ji. 1137, pl. Ixviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 521, pl . Iii, fig. 2 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pl. 8 (1865) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 861, pl. Ixxii, pl. 2 

Proc.'Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 861, pl. Ixxii, pl. 1 , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 61, jjl. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 68, pl. ix, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 68, pl. ix, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 23, pl. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 206, pl. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 157, pl. xxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 666, pl. xxxvi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Loudon, IV, p. 268, pl. 63 (1859) 

Exotic Ornith., p. 37, pl. xix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 2, pl. i 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xliii 



Exotic Ornith . , p. 23, pl. xii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 21, pl. xi 

Exotic Ornith.. p. 19, pl. x 

Cat. American Birds, p. 10, pl. ii 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 11, pl. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 169, pl. x v, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1863, p. 163, pl. iv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 166, pl. xv, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1873, p. 517, pl. xliv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. 1 

Ibis, 1891, p. 414, pl. X 

Cat. Bda. Brit. Mns., XIV, p. 197, pl. xvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London 1872, p. 541, pl. xxxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 505, pl. xxxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1800, p. 251, pl. clxiii 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 38, pl. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 413, pl. xxxv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 475, pl. xlv, fig.s. 2,3. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 530, pl. xlv, fig. 1. . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 590, i)l. xlviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 74, pl. Ix.xxv 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 15, pl. ii, tig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 29, pl. cxix 

Ibis, 1881, p. 130, pl. iv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 161, pl. Ixxxi 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 43, pl. xiv 



110 



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List of species figured — Continued. 



Name. 



Where figured. 



No. of 
paper. 



Conurua rhoclogaater 

rubritorqiiis 

Corvus capellanus 

Coryplii.stera aland ina 

Corythaix leuoolopha 

Ccsinetoinis vexillarius 

Cotin^a porphyrolaema 

Crax alberti, cf , 2 

alector, cT , $ 

carunculata, cf, ? 

daubentoni, d", ? 

erytbrognatha, d , ? 

. glbbicera, d" , ? 

globulosa, d, ? 

■ incommoda, 9 

sclateri, rf , $ 

viridirostris 

Creiirgo]).s verticalis 

Crosaoptilon aurituni 

luaiitcliuricum, egg 

tibetauum 

Crypturiia boncardi, cf , $ 

meserythrus 

sallasi, J, $ 

transfasciatus 

Culicivora boliviana 

Uyanocitt a nielanocyaiiea (egg) 

Cyanorhamphiis saisseti 

Cyclopaitta suavissima, cT , ? 

Oy clorhis altirostris 

atrirostris 

ochrocephala 

virenticepa 

Cygnua uigricollis, adult and young 

Cyphorinua albigularis 

dicliroua 

lawrencii 

phffiocephalus 

Cypaelus siiuamatua, birdandnest. 
Dacnis analia (1-). specioaa in text) . . 
cterebicolor, cT, 9 

egregia, cf,? 

pulcherrima 

salmoni, $ 

specioaa (D. analia ou jilate) . . . 

venusta, d,^ 

Dafila apinicauda 

Danialia buntcri, $ 

Damaliscus hunteri 

Dasyprocta antillensis 

Dendrocolaptes ey toui 

puncticollis 

Dendrolagua bennettianus 

Deiidroruia polyaticta 

DiciPum eximium 

Dicotylea torquatus, adult and 
young. 

Digloaaa albilateralis, cf , $ 

gloriosa 

indigotica 

mystacalia 

pectoralis 

porsonata, egg 

Donacicola apectabilis 

Drepanornis albertiai, d, ? 

DroiUceus irroratua 

novEE bollandiae 

Drynioruis bridgeai 

Dyaitbanmua lencostictua 

seniicinereus 

uuicolor, egg 

Echidna by strix 

Echinogale telfairi 

Eclectua riedeli, rf , ? 

Elainia griseigularis , 

oliviua 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1804, p. 298, pi. xxiv 

Proo. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 539, pi. Ivi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 094, pi. Ixvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 57, pi. iii 

Student and Intellectual Observer, II, p. 4, pi. i (1869) 

Ibi.s, 1804, p. 114, pi. ii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 130, pi. xcvi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 280, pi. xlviii (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 277, pi. xliii (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 279, pi. xlvii (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 276, pi. xli, xlii (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 543, pi. xc (1879) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 274, pi. xl (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London. X, p. 543, pi. Ixxxix (1879) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 279, pi. xlvi (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X,p. 544, pi. xci (1879) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 281, pi. xlix (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 544, vl- xciii (1879) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 278", pi. xliv, xlv (1875) . . 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 544, pi. xcii (1879) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p, 72, pi. cxxxii, fig. 2 

List of Species of Phasianida?, p. 6, pi. v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 118, pi. vlii, fig. 5 

List of Species of Phaaianidas, p. 6, pi. iv 

Exotic Ornith ., p. 91, pi. xlvi 

Exotic Ornith., j). 93, pi. xlvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 89, pi. xlv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 141, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool, Soc. London, 1852, p. 34, pi. xlvii 

Ibis, 1859, p. 21, pi. V, tig. 6 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 630, pi. xlvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 520, pi. liv 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 24, pi. iii, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1887, p. 324, pi. x 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 23, pi. iii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1800, p. 274, pi. clxiv 

AVolf s Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xlviii 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 124, pi. xviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 76, pi. Ixxxviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 492, pi. xli 

Exotic Ornith., p. 41, pi. xxi 

Exotic Ornith., p. 43, pi. xxii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 605, pi. xxxiii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 101, pi. xciii, fig. 2 

Cat. Eds. Brit. Mus.,'XI, p. 21, pi. iii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 102, pi. xciii, fig. 1 

Cat. American Birds, p. 51, pi. vii 

Cat. American Birds, ]). 51. pi. viii 

( 'at. Bds. Brit. Mu.s, XL p. 27, pi. ii, tig. 2 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 101, pi. xciii, tig. 2 

Ibis, 1803, p. 315, pi. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870. p. 666, pi. xxxviii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 372, pi. xlii 

The Book of Antelopes, I, p. 53, pi, vi (1894) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 666, pi. Ixxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1853, p. 69, pl. Iii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 54, pl. v 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, p. 693, pl. xlvi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus,, XV, p. 135, pl. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. liOndon, 1877, p. 102, pl. xi v, fig. 2 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, U, pl. xxiii 

Ibis, 1875, p. 216, pl. v 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870. p. 784, pl. xlvi, fig. 2 

Cat. American Birds, p. 49, pl. vi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 6, pl. i 

Ibis, 1875,p. 212, pl.iv 

I'roc. Zool. Soc, London, 1879, p. 496, pl. xlii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 449, pl. xxxvii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, pp. 558, 560, pl. xlvii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 360, pl. Ixxvi (1802) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 360, pl. Ixxv (1862) 

Argentine Ornith., T, i>. 199, pl. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1858, p. 223, pl. cxl 

Proc. Zool. S<ic. London, 1855, p. 90, pl. xcvii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 525, pl. xliii, fig. 9 

(^uart. Jonrn. of Sci., London, II, p. 19, pl. 5 (1865) 

Qu.i,rt. Journ. of Sci., London, I, p. 219, pl. ii (1864) 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1883, p. 195, pl. xxvi 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 554, pl. cxlvi, tig. 1 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 146, pl. xii 



320 

1013 

734 

501 

498 

330 

51 

705 

705 

705 

705 

839 

705 

839 

705 

839 

705 

839 

705 

839 

116 

10 

810 

10 

12 

12 

12 

775 

53 

1.56a 

917 

733 

21 

1037 

21 

180 

7 

21 

73 

825 

12 

12 

354 

47 

19 

47 

8 

8 

19 

47 

299 

518 

1072 

26 

668 

54 

431 

1223 

22 

750 

7 

702 

520 

8 

19 
702 
825 
822 
625 
276 
276 

21 
121 

75 
825 
366 
335 
932 
134 

20 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. Ill 
List of species figured — Contiuued. 



Name. 



"Where figured. 



Elainia pallatangte 

placens 

stictoptera 

vilissima 

Eleplias africanus, adults and 
young. 

Enibernagra chrysonia 

Eq^uus asiuus africanus 

somalicus 

Ery tbrura regia 

Serena 

Euchlornis jucunda 

Euchnetea coccineus 

Eucometis cassinii 

Eupetea leucostictus 

Euphonia chrysopasta, cf. ? 

concinna, d , ? 

finschi, d 

gouldi, d , 9 

liirundinacea 

insignia 

melanura, cf, ? 

nigricollis 

pyrrhophrys 

saturata, d ■ 

vittata, d 

Euplocamus erythrophthalnius, 

lineatus, c? , $ 

nobilis 

prselatus, d, 2 

swinboii, J', $ 

vieillotii (Gallophasis vieilloti 

on plate) . 

Euscarthmus agilis 

apicalis 

inipiger 

russatus 

Falco circumcinctns 

dickinsoni 

groenlaudicus 

islandicus 

sacer, cf , ? 

Eelis aurata 

canadensis (Lynx canadensis 

in text). 

caracal (red and dark varieties) 

chaus 

eyra 

jubata 

lanea, cT 

leo ( $ and young) 

leopardus (black and sijotted 

varieties). 

lynx 

macroscelis 

onca 

picta 

— — ■ serval 

servalina 

vi verrina 

yaguarundi 

Formicivora boucardi, cT, ? 

calliuota 

caudata, d y 9 

ery throcera 

hauxwelli 

strigilata, cTi 9 

urosticta 

Fulica ardesiaca 

armillata 

leucoptera 

leucopyga 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 407, pi. xli 

Ibis, 1859, p. 123, pi. iv, flg. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 554, pi. exlvi, fig. 2. 

Ibis, 1859, p. 122, pi. iv, tig. 1 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxiv 



Cat. American Birds, p. 117, pi. xi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 542, pi. 1, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 542, pi. 1, flg. 1 

Ibis, 1881, p. 544, pi. xv, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1881, p. 544, pi. XV, flg. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1860, p. 89, pi. clx. Pipreola ju- 
cuuda in text. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 73, pi. cxxxii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 351, pi. xxx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1S73, p. 690, pi. lii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, ]). 438, pi. xxx, figs. 1,2 

Cat. Eds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 69, pi. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 98, pi. Ixv, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 70, ])1. viii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 66, pl. cxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 98, pl. Ixv, flg. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 521, pl. lii, fig. 1 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus.,XI, p. 78, pl. ix 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 83, pl. Ixxv, fig. 1 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1851, p. 89, pl. Ixxv, flg. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 70, pl. viii, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 80, pl. x 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxiv 

List of Species of Phasianidfe, p. 7, pl. viii 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxviii 

List of Species of Phasianidfe, p. 8, pl. ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 119, pl. xvi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxv 

List of Species of Phasianidae, p. 6, pl. vi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl . xxxvii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxxvi 



List of Species of Phasiauidje, p. 6, pl. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 28, pl. cxviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887, p. 47, pl. ix, fig. 1. . . 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 84, pl. ix, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 171, pl. xiii, flg. 1 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 82, pl. ix, fig. 1 

Ibis, 1862, p. 23, pl. ii 

Ibis, 1864, p. 305, pl. viii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xxxiv 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xxxv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl, xxxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 816, pl. xxxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 311 , pl. xxvii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I,pl. xii 



Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pis. x, xi . . 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. ix 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. vi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl.xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 532, pl. Iv. 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pl. iii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. iv 



Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pl. vi 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pl. vii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pl. 8 (1865). 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pl. v 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pl. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 495, pl. Ixiii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. vii 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pl. v 

Cat. American Birds, p. 183, pl. xvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p.-89, jd. xcvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 254, pl. Ixxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 240, pl. cxlii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 131, pl. cxxvi, fig. 2. 

Exotic Ornith., p. 159, pl. Ixxx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 130, pl. cxxvi, flg. 1. 

Exotic Ornith., p. 113, pl.lvii 

Exotic Ornith ., p. 115, pl. Iviii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 119, pl. Ix 

Exotic Ornith., p. 117, pl. lix 



112 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM, 

List of species figured — Coutiuued. 



Name. 



Where flenred. 



Fuligiila nationi, cf, ? 

Purnarius torridus 

Galago alleni 

garnetti 

Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis, cT > $ ■ 

Galbula albirostris, d" , ? 

chalcothorax, rf 

cyaneicollis, ,/ 

fuscicapilla 

leucogastra, d" , ? 

melauogenia, d , ? 

ruflcauda, cf , $ 

rufoviridis, cT, $ 

tonibacca, cf i ? 

viridis, cT, 5 

Galidictia vittata 

Gallinago imperialis , 

uobilis , 

Gallinula nesiolis 

Galloperdix luunlosa. cT, ? 

Gallophasis horstieldii 

vieilloti (Euplocamus vieillotii 

in text). 

Gazella granti, cT, $ 

naso, head 

stemmerriiigi 

subguttiircsa, cf , $ 

walleri, skiu and head 

Geobates poecilopterus 

Gecsitta crassirostri.s 

Geotrygon albifacies (flguiedasG. 

chiriquensi.s). 

bourcieri 

chiriquensis (error for G. 

albifacies). 

Golunda pulchella 

Graciihi kreffti 

Grallaria diguissima 

ery throtis 

flavotincta 

fulviveDtris 

haplonota 

modosta 

riificapilla, egg 

ruficeps 

— . egg 

rufo-ciuerca 

Granatellus pelzelni 

sallffii 

venustus 

Graucahis siiblineatus 

Grua japoneiiais (G. montignesia 

iu text). 
montignesia (G.japonen.sis on 

plate). 

Gyniuoglaux lawrencii 

Gypohierax angolensis (immature 

examples). 
Hadrostomus bomochrous, cf , ? - ■ ■ 

Hiemojjhila pnlcbra, cf 

Halmatunis Inotnosus 

Hapale melannra 

Hapal()i:tila castanea 

Harporliynclms ocellatus 

Heteroccrcus a iirantii vertex 

Heteropelma tiavicapillum 

igniceps 

wallacii 

Hippopotamus amphibius 

Hippotragus bakeri, young cf 

Hirundinea bellicoaa'. 

ferruginea 

— rupestri.s 

Homnrus lophotes 

Hydrocluerns ea])ybara 

Hydropsalis furcifera 

Hylactes castaueus 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 477, pi. xxxii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 7, pi. iv 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 15, pi. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 375, pi. xxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1864, p. 711, pi. xl 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt-birds, p. 53, pi. xvii. 
Monogr. ot Jacamars and Pati-l)ird.s, p. 27, pi. vii... 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt-birds, p. 37, \}\. x 

Monogi. of Jacamars and Putt')>irds, p. 31, pi. viii.. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1855, p. 13, pi. Ixxvii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt'-birds, p. 33, pi. ix 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt'-birds, p. 19, pi. v 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 93, pi. xc 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Piitt-birds, p. 15, pi. iv... 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt- birds, p. II, pi. iii. . . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt' birds, p. 23, pi. vi . . . 

Monogr. of .Licauiars and Putt'-birds, p. 7, pi. ii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., Loudon, I, p. 219, pi. ii (1864).. 

Exoti(^ Ornith., p. 193, pi. xcvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 195, pi. xcviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1861, p. 261 , pi. xxx 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xli 

Wolf's Zoological Skotchos, I, pi. xxxix 

AVolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxx vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1875, p. 527, pi. lix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 504, ])1. Ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867. p. 817, pi. xxxvii 

AVolf's Zoological Sketclies, I. pi. xxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 539, pi. xlix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 205, pi. xxi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 10, pi. i 

Exotic Ornith., p. 77, jil. xxsix 

Exotic Ornith., p. 79, pi. xl 

Exotic Ornith., p. 77, pi. xxxix 

Exotic Ornith ., p. 123, pi. Ixii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 100, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 120, pl.ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 160, pi. xvii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 319, pi. xviii 

Ibis, 1877, p. 445, pi. ix 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 323, pi. xx 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 315, pi. xvii T. . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 89, pi. xciv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 527, pi. xliii, fig. 6. . . 

Ibis, 1877, p. 444. pi. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 526, pi. xliii, fig. 5... 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 317, pi. xix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 606, pi. xxxvii, flg. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 292, pi. cxx , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 607, jd. xxxvii, flg. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 448, pi. xxxvi 

"Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xlvi 

do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 327, pi. xxix 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxxvi 

Cat. P.ds. Ihit. Mns., XIV, p. 334, pi. xxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 517, \A. xlii, fig. 12. . .. 

Ibis, 1S,S0, p. 259, pi. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1874, p. 247, pi. xlii , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1875, p. 419, pi. 1 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt' birds, p. 143, pi. xlvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 18, pi. iii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 325, id. xxiii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 321, pi. xxi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. iSIus., X IV, p. 322, pi. xxii 

Cat. Bds. 15rit . Mus.. XIV, p. 319. pi. xx , 

Wolf's Zooloii'iral Sketches, I, pi. xxvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 214, pi. xvi 

Ibis, 1869, p. 196, pi. v, flg. 1 

Ibis, 1869, p. 196, pi. v, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1869, p. 198, pi. v, fig. 3 

Argeutino Ornith., I, p. 195, pi. ix 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pi. 8 (1865). 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 15, pi. xii , 

Exotic Ornith., p. 57, pi, xxix 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 113 

List of species fiyiired — Coiitiiuied. 



Name. 



Hylobates hoolock 

lax 

leucogenys 

Hylophilns bruimeiceps 

ferrugineil'rons 

■ f U8cicapillu8 

muscicapinus 

ochraceiceps 

• riibrifrons 

semicinereus 

Hypocuemis hypoxautlia 

■ lepidonota, cf , ? 

inelanol.nema 

melanosticta, cT. ? 

Hypocolius ampeliiius, cT 

Hypopyrrhus pynhofjaster, egg. . . 

Hypotffiiiidia siilcirostris 

Hypotriorchis castanonotus 

Hystrix malabarica 

Ibis wtbiopica, youuf; and egg 

Icterus abeilla'i, cT, $ 

grace-annas, § 

. • baiix welli 

laudabilis 

pustulatua, rC, 2 

Idiopsar bracbynrua 

lodopleura leiicopygia 

Iridornis porpbyiocepbala 

reinbardti 

Jacamaralcyon tridactyla, cT 

Jacanierops graudis, cf , ? • 

Lagotbrix humboldtii, adult and 

young. 

Laletes osburnl 

Lanio aurantius, cT, ? • 

lawrencii, young 

leucotborax, cf , ? 

Latbria nropygialis 

Lemur catta 

leucomystax 

niongoz, (f , 2 

nigrifrons (adult and young) . . 

varius 

xantbomystax 

Leptastbenura andlcola 

Leptopogon erytbrops 

oustaleti 

Leucopeza scniperi 

Leucopbantes brachyurus 

Leucopterni s palliata 

princeps 

semlplumbea 

snperciliaris 

Lipaugus rufescens 

subalaris 

unirufus 

Lobiopbasis bulweri 

Lopbopborusl'buysi 

sclateri 

Loriculiis auriintiifrons, $ 

cbrysonotus, cT, 9 

tener, ? 

Lorius cblorocercus 

tibialis 

Loxioides bailleui 

Lynx canadensis (Felis canadensis 

on plate) . 

Maccacus leoninus 

ocreatus 



rbeso similis 

rufescens 

speciosus 

Malacoptila fulvigularis. 

fusca, d" 

inomata, (f , ? 

panamensis, cT, ? ... 

poliopis 

rufa 

substriata 



Wbere figured. 



! Ko. of 
1 ])aper. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 86, pi. v, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 86, pi. v, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 679, pi. 1 x x 

Ibis, 1881, p. 305, pi. xi, fig. 1 

Ibis, 1881, p. 307, pi. xi, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1881, p. 303, pi. x, fig. 2 

Ibis, 1881, p. 299, pi. x, fig. 1 

Cat. American Birds, p. 4<t,pl. v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1867, p. 569, i)l. xxx, fig. 1 . . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 570, pi. xxx, fig. 2 . . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 573, pi. xliii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 287, pi. x vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1854, p. 254, i)l. Ixxii, fig. 2 . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1854, p. 254, pl. Ixxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 147, pl. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1879, p. 510, pl. xliii, fig. 4. . . 

Ibis, 1880, p. 311, pl. vi 

Ibis, 1861, p. 346, pl. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 353, pl. xvi 

Il)i8, 1878, p. 449, pl. xii 

Exotic Ornitb.,p. 187, pl. xciv 

Ibis, 1883, p. 368, pl. x i 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 377, pl. xviil 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1871, p. 270, pl. xxi 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 47, pl. xxiv 

Ibis, 1884, p. 240, pl. vii 

Cat. ]5ds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 393, pi. xxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 227, pl. ex 

Ibis, 1865, p. 495, pl. xi 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufi'-birds, p. 49, pl. xvi. . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 57, pl. xviii. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 374, pl. xxxi 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 72, pl. xiv, flg. 2 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 61, pl. xxxi 

Ibis, 1885,p.272,pl.vi,flg.2 , 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 63, pl. xxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 1376, p. 355, pl. xxxii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., Loudon, LP-219, pl. ii (1864) 

do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1871, p. 230, pl. xvi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, II, pl. ii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., Loudon, I, p. 219, pl. ii (1864) 

do ■ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 1809, p. 636, pl. xlix, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, ).. 119, pl. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1887. p. 48, pl. is, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 14, pl. ii . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 691, pl. liii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 97, pl. xlix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, p. 429, pl. xxiv 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 121, pl. Ixi 

Exotic Oinitb., p. 75, pl. xxxviii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 5, pl. iii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 3, pl. ii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 1, pl. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 465, pl. xliv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 1, pl.i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 163, pl. xiv 

Rowley's Ornitb. Miscoll., II, p. 376, pl. Ixxii, fig. 1 (1877) . . . 

Ibis, 1872, p. 324, pl. xi 

Kowley's Ornitb. Miscell., II, p. 376, pl. Ixxii, figs. 2, 3 (1877; 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1807, p. 183, pl. xvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Londou, 1871, p. 499, pl. xl 

Ibis, 1879, p. 90, pl. ii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, I, pl. xii 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 664, pl. xxxv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, II, pl. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 420, pl. Ixxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 495, pl. xxv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 495, pl. xxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 418, pl. xl vii 

Jlonogr. of Jacamars and Pufi'-birds, p. 127, pl. xlii -■;;--- 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. Ill, pl. xxxvii . . . 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 125, pl. xii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 119, pl. xl 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 86, pl. viii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and I'utt-birds, p. 115, pl. xxxviii. . . 

Mouogr.of Jacamars and Puff-birds, j). 129, pl. xliii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1853, p, lliJ, pl.'U 



415— No. 49- 



114 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of species figured — Contiuued. 



Name. 



Malacoptila torqnata 

Malacothraiipis dentata 

MacTopuserubescens, young 

■ • major 

lufua 

Maniicodia comrii 

Margaromis tarimnescens 

Masius coronulatus 

Megalaima asiatica 

Megalurus interscapularis 

Megapodiusmacgillivrayii 

Melanerpes rubrignlaris 

Melauotis liypoleucus, adult and 

young. 
Meleagiis occllata, cf , $ (lieada)... 

Melidectes torquatu.s 

Melipotes gymnops 

Mellivora capensis 

indica 

• leuconota 

Mephitis humboldtii 

Merganetta turneri, cT, ? 

Mctopiana peposaca, (J, 9 

Metopotlirix amantiacus 

Microbatcs collaiis 

Microcerculns squamulatus 

Micromonaiha lauceolata 

Midas devillii, cT 

geotfroii 

Milvago australis (egg), 2 figures. . 

carnnculatus 

Mimus triurus 

Mitrepborus pliajocercus 

Mitua salvini, $ 

tomentosa 

tubero.sa 

Molotbrus badius 

nifo-axillaris, pull 

Monacha flavirostris 

grandior, $ 

niorpbeus 

nigra 

nigrifrons, cT 

■' — ijallescens 

peruana 

Monarch a castus 

. ■ muudus 

rerticalis 

Munia I'orbosi 

inela-na 

Muscisaxicola rubricapilla 

Muscivora occidentalis, </ , ? 

Mjxteria australis 

senogalensis (Ciconia seuoga- 

lensis in text). 

Mj'iadestes elisabetha' 

obscurus 

ralloide.s, adult and young 

unicolor 

Myiaicbus semirul'us 

Myiobius tlavicaus 

nation! 

■ pulcher 

roraimse 

Myiozetetes texensis (egg) 

Myrnieeizaloucaspis 

margaritata, cT, ? 

Myrniecopbaga jubata 



Myrmcla.stt'H plumbeus, cT, ?--■ 
Myrmothcrula erythrura, cf, $. 

multdstriata, cf, ? 

ornata, d" , ? 

surinamensis 

Mynomela cineracea 

Kasiterna pu.sio 

Nemosiaalbigularis, cT, 9 



Neomorphua radiolosus. 

salvini 

Keopipo r Libicunda 



Where figured. 



Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufi-birds. p. 117, pi. xxxix. 

Tnic. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 353, pi . xxxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, ]). 126, jd. x 

Quart. Journ. of Sol., London, II, p. 19, pi. 5 (1865) 

AYolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxvi 

Proc. Zool Soc. London, 1876, p. 459, pi. xlii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 27, pi. ex vi 

Cat. American Birds, p. 247, pL xix 

Intellectual Observer, XII, p. 243, pi. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 65, pi. vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 460, pi. xliii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 2, \y\. cxxxi 

Exotic Ornith.,p. 85, pi. xliii 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 402, pi. xl 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 694, pi. Iv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, i). 695, pi. hi 

AYolf a Zoological Sketches, 11. pi. ix 

do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 98, pi. viii 

Wolf's Zoological Sket(-hes, I, pi. xv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 199, pi. c 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 666, pi. xxxvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 190, pi. xviii 

Ibis, 1883, p. 96, 1)1. iii (Kliampliocfenus coUaris in text). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875, p. 37, pi. vi 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufl'-birds, p. 131, pi. xliv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 220, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1871, p. 478, pi. xxxviii 

Ibis, 1860, p. 25, pi. i, figs. 1,2 

Ibis, 1801, p. 19, pi. i 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 8, pi. i 

Ibis, 1859, p. 442, pi. xi v, tig. 2 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 545, pi. xc v ( 1879) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX. p. 284, jjI. Iii (1875) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 283, pi. li (1875) 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 95, pi. vi, fig. 1 

Argentine Ornith., I, j). 86, pi. vi, fig. 2 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pufi'birds, p. 149, pi. xlix 

Monogr. of Jacamai-sand Puff -birds, p. 155, pi. Iii 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Puti'-birds, p. 151, pi. 1 

Monogr. of Jacaiuars and Puti'-birds, p. 145, pi. xlviii... 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Putt-birds, p. 159, pi. liv 

Monojir. of Jacamars and Putt'birds, )>. 157. pi. liii 

IMonogr. of Jacamars and Puif-birds, p. 153, pi. li 

Proc. Zoiil. Soc. London, 1883, p. 53, pi. xii, fig. 1 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 54, pi. xii, fig. 2 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 99, pi. xiv, tig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1879, p. 449, pi. xxxvii, tig. 3 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 66, pi. vii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 980, pi. xlvi 

Cat. Bds. r.rit.Mii.s., XIV, p. 194, jjI. xv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xlvii 

AVolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xliii 



Exotic Ornith., p. 55, pl. xxviii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 49, pl. xxv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 53, pl. xxvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 51, pl. xxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loiulon, 1878, p. 138. pl. xi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 205, pl. xvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 99, pl. xi, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, p. 100, pl. xi, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 208, pl. xviii 

Ibis, 1859, p. 123, pl. v, fig. 5 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1854, p. 253. pl. Ixx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 253, pl. Ixxi 

Wolf's Zi .oloiiical Sketches, I, pl. xxx 

Quart. JounKof Sci., London,II,p. 621, pl. 8 (1865). 

I'roc. Zo(d. Soc. Loudon. 18.58. p. 275. pk cxiiii 

(;at . I'.ds. I'.rit. Mns., XV, p. 236, pl. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 234, pl. cxli, figa. 2, 3. 

Cat. American Birds, p. 179, pl. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 234, pl. cxli, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 449, pl. xxxvii, fig. 1. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 18G5, p. 620, pl. xxxv 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 227, pl. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, j). 109, pl. xcix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1878, p. 439, pl. xxvii 

Proc. Zook Soc. London, 1866, p. 60, pk'.v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1809, p. 438, pl. xxx, fig. 3. . . 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WlilTINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 115 

List of species fiyured — Contiuuetl. 



Neorhynchns nasesiis (tuaseus on 
plate). 

Nigrita bicolor. 

Niiiox forbesi 

Notliocrax iiruuuitum 



Nonnula briinnea 

cineracea 

rubecula 

rulicapilla 

Notlioprocta taczanowskii 

Notbiiradarwiiii 

Nuuiida, sp., head ami ueck 

N yctereutes piocynides 

Nyctibiiis bracte'atus 

Nyctipi tbecus ruiipes 

Nyinpbicus conmtus 

OcbthodiiBta fusto-rufus 

Ochthfeca citrinifrons 

liuulcolor 

— — - leucometopa 

piilchella 

Ocyalua wagleri, egg 

Ocydromus australis, cT , ? 

sy Ivestris 

GJdicnemus .siqierciliaris 

Oncostoma cinereigulare 

Oreas canua (young) 

Oveomanes f raseri 

Ortygocichla rubiginosa, bird and 
egg. 

Oi',>x beisa, ? adult and young 

— ^ loucoryx, ^, ? 

, yijuug 

Ostinops atrocastaneus, egg 

oleaginous 

salmoni 

Otaria hookeri 

Otis tarda 

Otoeorys peregrina 

Ovib cycloceros (O. viguei ou iilate) . 

^. c^.? 

tragelapLus, cT, ? and young. 

vignei (0. cycloceros in text), 

cT, $ and young. 



"Wbere figured. 



, p. 147, pi. xii. 



I'roc. Zool. See. London, ; 

Contj\ to ( )rnithology, 1852, p. 34, pi. Ixxxiii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 52, pi. xi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, ]>. 282, pi. 1 (1875) 

Traus. Zool. Soc. London, X, p. 54,'j, pi. xciv (1879) 

Monogr. of Jacamar.s and ruti'liirds, ]>. 141, pi. xlvi, tig. 2. 
Monogr. of Jacamar.s and Putfliirds, p. 135, \)\. xlv, fig. 2. 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Putiliinlri, jj. 133, pi. xlv, fig. 1. . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Putl'-birds, p. 137, pi. xlvi, tig. 1. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 079, pi. Ixxxiv 

Argentine Ornitb., II, p. 213, pi. xx , ... 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 86, pi. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 323, pi. 1 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 39, pi. xx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 3, pi. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 550, pi. xliv 

Cat. Eds. r.vit. Mu.s.,XlV,p. 18,pl.v 

Cat. Bds. llrit. Mus., XIV, p. 22, pi. vii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 28, pi. cxvii 

Cat. Hds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 21, pi. vi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 22, pi. vii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879. p. 508, pi. xliii, fig. 3 

Wolfs Zoological Sketcbes, II, pi. xlii 

Proc. Zoc il, S( ic. London, 1869, p. 472, pi. xxxv 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 59, pl.xxx 

Cat. American Birds, p. 208, pi. xviii, fig. 1 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, I, pi. xxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 75, pi. clix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 452, pi. xxxix 



Ox.yrliampbus frater, $ adult and 

young. 

Oxy urns masafuerie 

Pacbycephala arctitorquis, d", ? - • • 

i'nsco-tiava, cT ■ ? 

Pacbyrbampbua spodiurus, cT, ?.. 

Paradoxurus prebensilis 

Paraniytbia montium 

Passer insularis, rf , $ 

Pauxi galeata 

var. rubra 

Pelecajius fuscus, two individuals 

in diff'orent plumages. 
rufescens, two young birds in 

ditt'erent plumages. 

sbarpii 

trachyrbyucbus 

Percnostola funebris, ,^, ? 

Petaurus, sp 

taguanoides 

Pbacelodomus rufipennis 

Pbacocbterus ieliani, 9 

Phascolarctos cinereus 

Phascolomys lasiorbinus (P. lati- 

frons in text). 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 626, pi. liv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxiii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, II, pi. xix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1879, p. 509, pi. xliii, figs. 1, 2. 

Ibis, 1883, p. 154, pi. vii 

Ibis, 1883, p. 153, pi. vi 

W^olf's Zoological Sketches, II, ])1. xi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, ])1. xlv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1855, p. 110, pi. cii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, I, pi. xxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 128, pi. Ixxx ; . 

AVolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, 1, pi. xxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 127, pi. Ixxix 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 131, pi. Ixvi 



Ibis, 1871, p. 180, pi. vii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, j). .55, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 198, pi. xxviii 

Cat.Bds. Brit.Mus., XIV.p.341, pi. xxv 

Pi'oc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 681, pl.lsxi 

Ibis, 1893, p. 244, pi. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 169, pi. x vi 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Loudon, IX, p. 285, pi. liii, fig. 1 (1875). 
Trans. Zoid. Soc. London, IX, p. 285, pi. liii, fig. 2 (1875) . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 268, pi. xx\ i 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 267, pi. xxvi 



latifrons (P. lasiorbinus on 

I>late). 

. wombat adult and young 

Pbasianus princii)alis, Vf 

reevesi, ,/ , ? 



scemmerringii, cf , ? . 



■ torquatus, cf, ? . 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 632, pi. 11 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 463, pi. xlvi. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1807, p. 980, pi. xlv 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 19, pi. 5 (1865) . 

do 

Cat.Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 83, pi. v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 276, pi. xx 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 19, pi. 5 (1865). 
Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, jd. xxvii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 19, pi. 5 (1865) . 
Wolf's Zoological Sketcbes, II, pi. xxvii 



Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1885, p. 324, pi. xxii . . 
Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, ]il. xxxiii... 

List of Species of Pliasianidic, p. 5, pi. i 

W(df's Zoological Sketcbes, II, pi. xxxii 

List of Species of Pbasianidas, ]). 5, pi. ii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxxvii 



116 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of species figured — Continued. 



Name. 



"Where figured. 



and 



Phasianus versicolor, d", $ 
young. 

Pliilydor consobrinus 

erythronotus 

Phlogcienas bartletti 

Johanna; 

Pblogopsis ruacleannani 

Phoenicopterus.jiuneai 

I'hcenicothraupis gutturalis, cf . . 



Phrygilus coracinu.s 

■ ■ ocularis, cT , i' 

Phyllomyias griseocapilla. 

semil'usca 

Phytotoma rutila, cT, ? 

Picolaptes layardi 

Piouu.s coralliuas 

■ ha^matotis 

tumultuosus 

Pipilopsis flavigularis 

Pipra liavicapiila 

flavotincta 

isidort^i 

Icucorrhoa 

. — mentalis, cT, ? 

. — — nattereri, rf , ? 

• • pyrocephala 

Piprseidea albiventris 

Pipreola frontalis 

jucuuda 



riefferii, egg 

Pitangus derbianus (egg) 

Pithecia, sp 

albinasa 

sataua.s, young 

Pithys ery throphrys 

lunulata, ? 

Pitylu.s liumeralia 

Platyrhynchus albogularis 

coronatu.s 

flavigularis 

Plectropterus gambensis, cf 

riippelli, c/ 

Pojcilodryaa a!thiop.s 

Poeoceph'alus rneppelli, cT, ? 

Polyboru.s tharus, var 

Polycblorus westermanni 

Polyplectron bicalcaratum, cf, ? .. 

cbinqius, egg 

Poospizabonapartii, cT, 9 

cseaar 

erythrophrya 

whitii, cT , ? 

Porcula salvania 

, young 

Porzana albigularis, cT . ? 

castaneiceps 

■ ery thropa 

hauxwelli 

leucoi>yrrha 

levraudi 

melanophcca 

rubra 

Potamocha;rua africanua 

Iienicillatua 

, 9 and young 

Prionirhyuchus carinatus , 

Prionocliilua nielitnoxanthiLS 

. viucens, cf , ? 

Psalidoprocne albiceps 

Paittospiza rietferi, egg 

Pteroglosaiis didymus 

Pterouiy.s niagniticna 

PteroptorliiLs tlmracicu.s 

Pteropus formo.sua 

Ptiloclilori.s buckleyi, adult and 

young. 

Ptilogonys c.audatus, cf", ? 

Ptilouopns bellii.H 

Ptilonorhynclms boloaericeus, ,:^, 

$ , and immature. 



Wolf'a Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxxvlii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 98, pi. ix 

Cat. Brt.s. Brit. Mua.. X V, ]i. 99, pi. A-iii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1868, p. 377, pi. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 112, pi. x vi 

Exotic Ornith., p. 17, pi. ix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 399, pi. xxxvi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mua., XI, p. 201, pi. xi 

Proc. Zool. .Soc. London, 1879, p. 502, pi. xlii, fig. 4 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1891, p. 133, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 454, pi. cxlv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 382, pi. xxxvi, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 383, pi. xxxvi, fig. 1 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 164, pi. viii 

Ibis, 1873, p. 385, pi. xiv 

Kowley 'a Ornith. Miscell., Ill, p. 6, pi. ixxx (1877) 

Ibis, 1860, p. 401, pi. xiii 

Rowley's Ornith. Miscell., Ill, p. 6, pi. Ixxxi (1877) 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 131, pi. xcviii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 132, pi. xcvii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1852, j). 34, pi. xlviii 

Contr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 132, pi. c, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1863, p. 63, pi. x 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1856, p. 299, pi. cxxi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1864, p. 611, pi. xxxix 

Contr. to Ornitlicdogy, 1852, p. 132, pi. xcvii, fig. 1 

(Ilontr. to Ornithology, 1852, p. 131, pi. c, tig. 2 

Ibis, 1878, p. 169, ])1. vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1860, p. 89, pi. clx (Euchlornia ju- 
cunda on plate). 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 519, pi. xliii, flg. 8 

Ibis, 1859, p. 120, pi. v, fig. 3 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pi. 8 (1865) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 258, pi. xxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lcmdon, 1864, p. 712, pi. xli 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 255, pi. Ixxii, tig. 1 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 276, pi. xxvi 

Exotic Ornith., p. 167, pi. Ixxxiv 

Cat. Bds. I'.rit. Mum., XIV, p. 67, pi. viii, flg. 2 

Cat. Aiui'iicau I'.irds, p. 207, pi. xvii 

Cat. Bds. Brit, ilus., XIV, p. 65, pi. viii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 132, pi. cliii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 132, pi. cliii, tig. 1 

Proc. ZooL Soc. London, 1880, p. 66, pi. vii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 577, pi. xlii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 333, pi. xxv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 226, pi. cxxvii 

List of Species of Phasianida', p. 12. jd. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, j). 116, pi. viii, flg. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1867, p. 311, pi. xx 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 152, pi. xiii 

Ibis, 1881 , p. 599, pi. xvii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 43, pi. is 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 546, pi. xxxvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 388, pi. xliii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 109, pi. Iv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 155, pi. Ixxviii 

Proc. Zoi d. Soc. London, 1 867, p. 343, pi. xxi 

Exotic Ornith., p. 105, ]d. liii 

Exotic Ornith., p. Ill, pi. Ivi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1868, p. 452, pi. xxxv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 107, pi. liv 

Exotic Ornith., p. 31, ])1. xvi 

"\V(dfs Zoological Sketches, 1, pi. xxviii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 62, pi. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 257, pi. cxxviii 

Ibis, 1874, p. 3, pi. i, flg. 3 

Ibia, 1874, p. 2, pi. i, figs. 1, 2 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 108, pi. xiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 504, pi. xlii, fig. 8 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mua., XIX, p. 147, pi. vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 635, pi. 1 .' 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 609, pi. xxxviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 193, pi. xxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 158, pi. xvi 



Exotic Ornith., p. 11, pi. vi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1873, p. 696, pi. Ivii. 
Wolf'a Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xxviii. . 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 

List of species Jiyured — Continued. 



117 



Name. 



Pyranga roseogularis 

Pyrgisoma biarciiatuin (egg) 

cabaiiisi 

kleneri 

■ • leucote 

. rubricatuin 

Pyriglena ellisiana 

tyranniiia, cT , $ 

Pyroderus orenooensis, egg 

Querquedula andiuni 

falcata X Tadorna casarca. . 

puua 

Quiscalus tenuirostris 

Kallus antarcticus 

iusignis 

■ — — iutactus 

maculatua 

semiplunibeus 

Khamphocasuiis cinereiventris. . . 

collaris 

Kbamphoco'lus flaiiimigerus, egg 

Kliea amerioana 

• (,YOimg) 

- — darwiuii 

luatTorh yncba 

Rhinoceros bicornis, c^ 

■ , cTjr 

, J'ouiig 

, bead 

lasiotis, ? 

simus, bead 

soudaicus, cT 



Where figured. 



sumatreusia, ? ■ . . 



unicornis, cT 

Khinochetus .inliatus 

Khinocrypta I'ulva ( fusca in text) . 

fusca (fulva on plate) 

Rhipidura fusco-rufa 

Rhynchocyclus fulvipectua 

Rhynchostruthus socotranua 

Rupicola sanguinolenta 

Saiga tartarlca, cf, ? 

Saltator albicollis, egg 

arremonopa 

Saltatricula multicolor 

Sarcidiorni.s carunculata, cf> S 

melanonota, cl" , 2 

Sarcorhaniiihus sequiitorialis 

Sclerurus mexicanus 

Scops barbarus (in normal and 

abnormal plumages). 

llammeola , 

tista , 

Semioptera ■wallacii, cf , ? 

Sibia auricularis 

Siptornis subcristata (Synallaxis 

subcristata on plate) . 

Sirystes albooinereus 

Sitta ki'ueperi 

Spermophila aurita, cf 

nigro-rufa, d" , ? 

ocellata, 5 

. • pileata, cf 

Sphingurus spinosus 

Stenopsis ruficervix 

Stephanophorusleucocephalus 

Strepsiceros imberbis 

Struthio camelus 

, young 

Sublegat us glaber 

Sus andamanensis 

Sycalis aureiventris, rf, ? 

chrysops 

lutea 

Sy nallaxig adusta 

canda^i 

castauea 

curtata 



Ibis, 1873, p. 125, pi. iii 

Ibis, 1859, p. 18, pi. V, flg. 2 

Exotic Oruith., p. 129, pi. ixv, fig. 1 

p:xotic Ornith., p. 130, pi. Ixv, fig. 2 

Exotic Ornitli ., p. 128, pi. Ixiv, fig. 2 

Exotic Oruith., p. 127, pi. Ixiv, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 109, pi . c 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1855, j). 90, pi. xcviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 520, pi. xliii, flg. 7 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1876, p. 387, pi. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p.l,pl.i 

Exotic Ornith., p. 197, pi. xcix 

Ibis, 1884, p. 157, pL V 

Exotic Ornith., p. 163, pi. Ixxxii , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1880, p. 66, pi. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 123, pi. x 

Argentine Ornith., II, p. 184, pi. xix 

Exotic Ornith., p. 165, pi. ixxxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 76, pi. Ixxxvii 

Ibis, 1883, p. 96, pi. iii (Microbates collaris on plate) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 501, pi. xlii, fig. 3 

Tran,s. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 355, pi. Ixviii (1862) 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xlii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Loudon, IV, p. 357. pi. Ixx (1862) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 356, pi. Ixix (1862) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 655, pi. xcix (1876) 

Student and Intellectual Observer, IV, p. 321, pi. xi (1870) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 529, pi. xli 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1886, p. 144, ])1. x vi, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 493, pi. xxiii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 652, pi. xcviii (1870) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1886, p. 143, pi. xvi, fig. 1 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Lond<m, IX, p. 649. pi. xcvi (1876) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1874, p. 182, pi. xxviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 790, pi. Ix vii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. Loudon, IX, p. 650, pi. xcvii (1876) 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IX, p. 645, pi. xcv (1876) 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xlv 

Ibis, 1874, p. 198, pi. viii 

do 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p.l97, pl.xxvii 

Cat. Eds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 1 67, pi. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1881, p. 170, pi. xvii 

Exotic Oruith., ii. 29, pi. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1867, p. 240, pi. xvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 505, pi. xlii, fig. 9 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1855, p. 84, pi. xcii 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 61, pi. v 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 695, pi. Ixviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 694, pi. Ixvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1883, p. 349, pi. xxxv 

Cat. American Birds, p. 149, pi. xii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 101, pi. 11 



Exotic Ornith., p. 99, pi. 1 , 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 265, pi. 61 (1858) , 

Ibis, 1860, p. 26, pi. ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866. p. 109, pi. iv 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 62, pi. iv , 



Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 181, pi. xiv 

Ibi.s, 1865, p. 307, pi. vii 

Ibis, 1871,]>. 14, pl.il, figs. 1,2 

Ibis, 1871, p. 6, pi. i, figs. 1,2 

Ibis, 1871, p. 14, pi. ii, fig. 3 

Ibis, 1871, p. 5, pi. i, fig. 3 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1884, p. 389, pi. xxxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1866, j). 140, pi. xiv 

Argentine Ornith., I, p. 38, jjI. iv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1884, p. 45, pl. iv 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. ,355, pl. Ixviia (1862) . .. 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xli , 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1808, pp. 171, 172, pl. xiii, fig. 2 . 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pl. xxii 

Ibis, 1872, p. 47, pl. iii 

Ibis, 1872, p.45, pl.ii.fig. 1 

Ibis, 1872, p. 45, pl. ii, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 55, pl. iii 

Proc. Zo( >1. S< (C. London, 1874, p. 15, pl. iii, fig. 2 

Cat. American Birds, p. 152, pl. xiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1869, p. 636, pl. xlix, fig, 1 



118 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of species figured — Continned. 



Kame. 



Where figured. 



Synallaxis erythrothorax , 

fusco-rufa 

graminicola 

griseo-miirina 

liyposticta 

kollari 

pudibunda 

scuta ta 

stictothorax 

subcristata 

— — (Siptoruis subcristata in 

text). 

whitii 

Sy rnium albitarse 

Tacbyphoniis chrysomelas, cT, 9-- 

delattrii, d", ? -. 

mclaleucus, egg 

nattereri, cT 

■ pbreniceus, rf , 5 

• xantbopygius 

Tadorna casarca X Quenjuedubi 
falcata. 

tadornoides, cT, 9 

variegata, cf , ? 

vulj)anser X Casarcacana, hy- 
brid, cf , ? 

Ta'uioptera erythropygia 

holospodia 

rubetia 

striaticollis 

Talegalla latbami 

Tamandua tetradactyla 

• ■ tridactyla 

Tanagra notabilis 

- — ■ olivina , 

vicariuy (egg) 

Tanagrella caloplirys 

Tantalus ibis 

. ■ leucocophalus 

Tapirua americanus 

bairdi, young 



dowi 

roulini, cf jr 

terrestris, 9 . adult 

Tarsipes, s]) 

Tereiuira hunieralis, d", ? 

- — - spodioptila 

Tetragonops frantzii 

ramphastinus 

Tetraogallus easpius 

Thaninopbilus aithiops, cf, 9 

albinncbalis, cT, 9 

amazouicus, cTi 9 

ca3siiis, cT, 9 

insignis, cT, 9 • 

leucliauchen, cf , 9 

nielancbrous 

luelanonotus 

nigriceps 

nigrocinereus 

simplex, (f, 9 

subl'asL'iatus, cT , 9 

Thaunialoa amherstiaj 

Tilly popsis inornata, cf 

oruatu, cT 

Thriiiadectes flaraniulatus , 

Thryothorus nisorius , 

pleurostictus 

Tliylacinus cynocephalus 

Thyroi'hiua schomburgki 

Tigrisoma cabanisi, adult and 
young. 

fasciatum, immature, 

Tinamiis robustus 

Todirostrum calopterum 

capitale 

- — • exile , 

— -nigriceps, cf, 9 

^— schistaceiceps 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 75, pi. Ixxxvi 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 578, pi. xliii, flg. 1 . . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 446, pi. lyiii, fig. 2. . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 578, pi. xliii, fig. 2.. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 20, pi. iv, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 15, pi. iii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 445, pi. Iviii, fig. 1 . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 13, pi. ii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1874, p. 12, pi. ii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. l^ondon, 1874, p. 20, pi. iv, fig. 1 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., X V, p. 62, pi, iv 

Ibis, 1881, p. 600, pi. xvii, fig. 2 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 263, pi. 60 (1858) ... 

Proc Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 440, pi. xxxii 

Exotic Ornitli., p. 67, pi. xxxiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1879, p. 503, pi. xlii, flg. 5. . . 

Ibis, 1885, p. 273, pi. vi. flg. 1 

Exotic Oniitb., p. 65, pi. xxxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, ]>. 158, pi. Ixix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 83, ])1. xc 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 1, pi. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1864, p. 191, pi. xviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1864, p. 191, pi. xix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1859, p. 442, pi. clviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1851, p. 193, pi. xli 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus, XIV, p. 14, pi. i v 

Argentine Ornitb., I, p. 120, pi. vii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1851, p. 193, pi. xlii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, pi. xl 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, ji. 546, pi. xliii 

Quart. Journ. of vSci., London, II, p. 621, ])1. 8 (1865) . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 84, pi. xci 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1873, p. 186, pi. xxi 

Ibis, 1859, p. 16, pi. v, tig. 1 

Contr., to Ornithology, 1851. p. 98, pi. Ixxiv 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, II, 1>1. xlvi 

AVolf's Zoological Sketches, II. pi. xlvii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., Loudon, II, p. 621, pi. 8 (1865) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 626, d. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 635, pi. Ii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1882, p. 391, pi. xxiii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1878. p. 631, pi. xxxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1872, p. 636, pi. iii 

Quart. Journ. of Sci., London, II, p. 19, pi. 5 (1865) . 

Ibis, 1881, p. 271, pi. ix, fig.s. 2, 3 

Ibis, 1881, p. 270, pi. ix, flg. 1 

Ibis, 1864, p. 371, pi. X 

Ibis, 1861, p. 184, pi. vi 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xl 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 190, pi. xi 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV, p. 204, pi. xiv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1858, p. 214, pi. cxxxix 

I'roc Zonl. Soc. London, 1855, ]>. 19, pi. Ixxxii 

Cat. Bds. Ibit. Mus., XV, p. 199, pi. xlii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, i). 18, i)l. ixxix 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 18, pi. iii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 19. pi. Ixxx 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XV. p. 194, pi. xii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 19, pi. Ixxxi 

Ibis, 1873, p. 387, pi. xv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1876, p. 357, pi. xxxiii 

List of Species of Phasianidie, p. 5, pi. iii 

Cat. Bd.s. Brit. Mus., XI, p. 230, pi. xiii, flg. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XL p. 230, pi. xiii, fig. 1 

Exotic Ornith., p. 185, pi. xciii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1869, p. 592, pi. xlv 

Cat. .American Birds, ]>. 21, pi. iv 

AVolf's Zooh.gical Sketches, I, pi. xxxi 

Exol ic ( )rnith., p. 133, pi. Ixvii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 95, pi. xlviii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 183, pl. xcii 

Exotic Ornith., p. 87, pl. xliv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 82, pl. cxxv, flg. 1.. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 83, pl. cxxv, tig. 2.. 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 83, pl. cxxv, tig. 3. . 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 66, i)l. Ixxxiv, tig. 1 
Cat. American Birds, p. 208, pl. xviii, fig. 2 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 119 
List of species figured — Continued. 



Name. 



Todirostruni spicife.rnm 

Tolypeutes triciuctiis 

Tra'gelaplius gratus, (f , 5 

spekii 

Triclierus loauiarus 

Tiiclio^lossus mitchelli 

Tringa acuminata 

Troglodyte's bruuiieicoUis 

gorilla 

niger 

solstit ialis 

Tardus albicoUis 

alliiventris 

crotopezus 

f ulviveutris 

gigas 

grayii (egg) 

gyuinophthalmua 

iavanicus 

leucomelas 

phajopygus, adult and young 

, jiiv 

pinicola 

Turtur aldabranus 

Tyraniiiscus cinereiceps 

gracilipes 

improl)us 

leuoogoiiys 

Tyraimula ornata 

phitnicura 

Tyrauuus nielancholicus (egg) . . . 

nlveigularis 

Urocliroma dllectisslma 

stictoptera 

Urogalba auiazonum 

"paradisea, $ 

TJrsus japouicus 

nasutiis 

syriacus 

Urubitiuga schistacea 

Viroo hy pochry8eu8 

josepha', a", ? 

m<Hkstus 

Vireolauiiis icterophrya 

• meli tophrys • 

pukhellus, c^, $ 

Viverra ci vetta 

Tiverricula nialaccensis 

Xenopsaris albinucba 

Xiphocolaiitcs eniigrans 

major 

Xlpboleiia atropiirpurea, cT, 9 --- 

Xiphosoma caninuni 

Zonotricbia boucardi 

canicapilla 

strigicepa 



Where figured. 



Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 67, pi. Ixxxiv, fig. 2 

(Jiiart. Jourii. of Sci., London, II, p. 621, pi. 8 (1865) 

Proo. Z(>(d. Soc. London, 1883, p. 34, jil. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Lonilon, 1864, p. 103, pi. xii 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 590, pi. xlvii 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, I, pi. xviii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 499, pi. xli 

Ibis, 18it:!, p. 183, pi. V 

Exotic <)rnitb.,p. 46, pi. xxiii, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1877, p. 303. pi. xxxv 

Wolf's ZiHdogical Sketches, I, pi. i 

Exotic Omitb., p. 45, pi. xxiii, fig. 1 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 141, pi. Ixxi 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 147, pi. Ixxiv 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 145, pi. Ixxiii 

Ibis, 1861, p. 277, pi. viii 

Exotic Ornitb ., p. 139, pi. ixx 

Ibis, 1859, p. 5, pi. V, tig. 7 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 151, pi. Ixxvi 

Ibis, 1875, p. 340, pi. viii 

Exotic ( )rnitb., p. 143, pi. Ixxii 

Exotic ( )rnitb., p. 149, pi. Ixxv 

Proc. Zool. Soc, London, 1867, p. 568, pl. xxix 

Cat. American Birds, p. 6, pl. i 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 692, pl. Ixxiii 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XI V, p. 131 , pl. xi, tig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1870, p, 842, pl. hii, fig. 2 

Cat. Bds. Brit. Mus., XIV, p. 133, pl. xi, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 841, pl. liii, fig. 3 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 187U, p. 841. pl. liii, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 113, pl. Ixvi, fig. 2 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1854, p. 113. pl. Ixvi, fig. 1 

Ibis, 1859, p. 121, pl. v fig. 4 

Proc. Zool. Soc. Loudon, 1880, p, 28, pl. lii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1870, p. 788, pl. xlvii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 112, pl. xi 

Monogr. of Jacamars and Pnfi'-birds, p. 5, pl. i, fig. 2. . . 
Monogr. of Jacamars and Puff-birds, p. 1, pl. i, fig. 1. . . 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 261, pl. xxxii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1868, p. 73, pl. viii 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, I, pl. xvii 

Trans. Zool. Soc. London, IV, p. 261, jd. 58 (1858) 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1862, p. 369, pl. xlvi 

Proc. Zool. ,Soc. London, 1859, p. 137, pl. cliv 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1861, p. 72, pl. xiv, fig. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1855, p. 151, pl. ciii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 13, pl. vii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 15, pl. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1871, p. 299, pl. xxix 

Wolfs Zoological Sketches, II, pl. viii 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 166, pl. vii 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 69, pl. xxxv 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 71, pl. xxxvi 

Exotic Ornitb., p. 9, pl. v 

Wolf's Zo(dogical Sketches, I, pl. 1 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1867, p. 1, pl. i 

Ibis, 1877, p. 47, pl.i, fig. 1 

Ibis, 1877, p. 47, pl. i, fig. 2 



No. of 
paper. 



72 

367 

924 

306 

1098 

7 

552 

1187 

12 

756 

7 

12 

12 

12 

12 

237 

12 

156a 

12 

703 

12 

12 

413 

8 

559 

20 

524 

20 

524 

524 

59 

59 

156a 

844 

520 

255 

15 

15 

269' 

432 

7 

119 

272 

143 

212 

77 

12 

12 

547 

7 

1162 

12 

12 

12 

7 

398 

766 

766 



PART A' I 



INDEX TO THE SUBJECTS OF THE SEPARATE WORKS 
AND PAPERS CATALOGUED IN PARTS I AND II. 



Abbott (C. C), on the Seals of tlie Fallflan<l 
Islands, 29. 

Accipiler, on the New Granadan species of the 
genus, 26; A.pectoralis, note on, 18. 

Accipitres in the Norwich Museum, notes on 
some species of, 11. 

Admiralty Islands, on the birds collected durinj? 
the voj'age of the Challenger, in the, 49. 

JEpyceros 2)etersi, exhil)itioii of a head of, 66. 

^pyornis mediun, exhibition of an egg of, 69. 

Afghanistan, exhibition of a pair of Pheasants 
belonging to the Prince of Wales from, 61 ; ex- 
hibition of a skin of a Pheasant from, 63. 

Africa, list of Andersson's collection of birds 
made in Damaraland, 6; report on birds col- 
lected at Windvogelberg, by Captain Bulger, 
25; ontheRhinocerosesoV, 3.5'; remarks upon the 
Fauna of British Central, 67; on mammals col- 
lected and observed by J. H. Speke in East, 22; 
on the birds ccdlected by J. H. Speke in East, 
22 ; on a new species of Spine-tailed Swift from 
Western, 21. 

Agelmince, review of the, 60. 

Alcelaphus torn, exhibition of a pair of horns of. 
41 ; remarks on a line head of, 41. 

Aldabra, description of a new species of Dove 
from, 37. 

Algeria, on the occurrence of the Barbary Ape 
in, 64. 

AinalodcMa xdateriana, notes on, 71. 

Amaurolimnasconcolor, exhibition of a skin of, 73. 

Amazons, on a collection of birds sent by H. W. 
Bates from the Upper, 10; list of birds collected 
by A. R. Wallace on the Lower, 28 ; list of birds 
collected by J. Hauxwell at Pebas, Upper, 28. 

America, catalogue of Mr. Sclater's collection of 
birds of, 2; Exotic Ornithology, containing fig- 
ures and descriptions of birds of, 2; on the 
northern limit of the Quadrumana in, 18; notes 
on the OapriiHulgidce of, 26: notes on the Bell- 
birds of, 29 ; synopsis of the Rails of, 30 ; on the 
Quadrumana of north of Panama, 38; on the 
range of sevei-al species of Limicolce of, 41 ; note 
on tlie Blue Crows of 40; on the birds collected 
by Professor Steere in, 50 ; on the birds collected 
during the voyage of the Challenger in Ant- 
arctic, 50: on the ornithology of Central, 13; on 
the occurrence of HaUaetit's albicilla in North, 
21,25; description of a new species of Cotinga 
from South, 6; descriptions of new species of 
birds from South, 6. 9, 44, 48, 49, 59 : note on I'alco 
circumcinctus from South, 20; the mammals of 
South, 25; on some new or little-known si)e(ii\s 
of birds from South, 34; noteon the .S(ingS)i;ir 
rows of South, 49; on the range of the (;M;icli:no 
in South, 67; descriptions of eleven new si)ecies 
of birds from Tropical, 10. 

Anioy, exhibition of a skin of an Otter sent from 
Amoy by Mr. Swinhoe, 18. 

Ampelieepn coronatus, exhibition of two speci- 
mens of, 31. 



Am phishcena darwini, exhibition of a specimen of, 

from Monte Video, 52. 
Amsterdam Zoological Gardens, notes on animals 

in the, 21, 25, 32, 41, 45, 49, 52, 54, 62, 65, 68, 69, 72; 

on the birth of a young Hippopotamus at the, 

25; on the breeding of Traqelaphus gratus in 

the, 67. 
Anacondas, exhibition of, and remarks upon 

young, 49. 
Anas gibberifrons, note on a specimen of, living in 

the Zoological Society's Menagerie, 57. 
AnatUke, a revision of the Neotropical, 47 ; list of 

the known species of, that have been introduced 

into the zoological gardens of Europe, 54. 
Andersson, C. i'., listof acollectiouof birds made 

in Damaraland liy, 6. 
Andes of Columbia, on the Hairy Tapir of the, 33. 
Angola, list of the mammalia" collected by J. 

Monteiro in, 15. 
Anguilla, on a collection of birds from, 69, 71. 
Antarctica, on the birds of, 73. 
Antarctic America, on the birds collected during 

tlie voyage of the Challenger in, 50. 
Ant Birds, synopsis of American, 11 ; on two new 

species of, in the Derby Museum, 12; descrip- 
tions of two new species of the genus Grallaria, 

49. 
Antelopes, The Book of, 4; on two new species 

of, from Somaliland, 63; exhibition of some 

sketches of the horns of a large species of, 67 ; 

exhibition of some of Captain Swayne's heads 

of, 68; on a new species of, from Somaliland, 68. 
Ant Thrushes, descriptions of some new species 

of, from Bogota, 7 ; characters of some new 

species of, 9; synopsis of the American, 11. 
Antlius, on the iJeotropical species of the genus, 

51; A. sinnoletta, notes on a stuffed specimen 

of, 24. 
Antigua, on the birds of, 71. 
Antilles (Lesser), on the birds of the, 38. 
Antilocapridce, note on the, 29. 
Antilocapra americana, on the addition to the 

Zoological Society's Menagerie of a specimen of, 

24; on the systeriiatic position of, 27. 
Antioquia, exhibition of bird skins from, 41 ; on 

two new species of birds from, 45; on the birds 

collected by T. K. Salmon in, 53. 
Antipodes Island, on a series of photographs taken 

at, 65. 
Antwerp, notes on the animals in the Zoological 

Gardens at, 21, 32, 41, 45, 49, 52, 54, 62, 65, 68, 69. 
Ant Wrens, synopsis of the American, 11. 
Ape, on the occurrence in Algeria of the Barbary, 

64. 
Ajilin (t!. v.), on the birds of Uruguay, 73. 
AjitiiKiiJijtes forsteri, notes on the, 64. 
Ajiti'i-gx, on the genus, 18; notes on the .shipment 

from Aiistr:ilia ef two specimens of Owen's, 30; 

A. manfeUi. exhibition of an egg of, 13, 14. 
Ara araraiina, and A. militaris, exhibition of eggs 

of, laid in captivity, 73 ; A. auricoUis, exhibition 

of a skin of, 73; A.glauca, exhibition of a skin 

of, 53. 

121 



122 



BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Arctic birds, exhibition of two species of, 13. 

Argentine Ornitbology, 4. 

Argentine Republic, lists of birds collected by 
W. H. Hudson at Concbitas, 29, 32, 33; exliibi- 
tion of and remarks upou a collection of birds 
from the, 52; on two new species of birds dis- 
covered by E. W. White in the, 56; on the birds 
collected by E. W. White in the, 57, 58 ; notes on 
the birds collected by A. H. Holland in the, 67, 
68; on an opportunity for a naturalist to visit 
the, 68; note on Xenojmaris albinucha from the, 
70; notes on the birds of tlie Estancia Sta. 
Elena, 71; exhibition of sliins of Ara auricollis, 
PionuH lacerus, and Chrysotis tucumana from 
the, 73. 

A rgus giganteus, on the breeding of, in the Zoologi- 
cal Society's Gardens, 52. 

Arvicola avqyhibius, exhibition of a black variety 
of, 19. 

Ascension Island, note on some birds from, 9; 
exhibition of Land Crabs from, 47. 

Asia, on the species of Turdus of Eastern, 21. 

Ass, exhibition of drawings of four species of 
wild, 19. 

AsUirina, notes on the species of, 31. 

Ateles bartletti, remarks on, 35; A. variegatus, 
exhibition of specimens of, 36, 31 ; A. vellerosus, 
note on a specimen of, in the Berlin Museum, 39. 

Atlantic Islands, on the birds collected during 
the voyage of the Challenger in the, 51. 

Auk (Great), note on the, 23. 

Australia, addition to the Zoological Society's 
Gardens of some rare Finches from, 17; the 
maniTiiala of, 25; exhibition of some new species 
of birds from, described by E. P. liamsay. 31; 
note on a new mud-tish from, 35; on the Kabbit 
pest in, 66; on a new mammal discovered in 
Central, 67, 68; exhibition of a specimen of 
Ghelodina longicollis from South, 17. 

Axolotls, on the so-called, in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 36. 

Aye- Aye, (exhibition of a cast of the skull of the, 
17 ; notice of a living specimen of the, in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens, 20. 

B. 

Babahoyo, list of birds collected by Louis Eraser 
at, 15. 

Babirussa, note on the, in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, 16. 

Bagdad, exhibition of specimens of the Mole 
Cricket found at, 65. 

Bagneres de Bigorre, on the Palombiere of the, 9. 

Babia, remarks on some Snakes from, 19. 

Balcfiniceps rex, exhibition of an egg of, 13. 

Balfour (I. B.), on the birds collected in Socotra 
by, 55. 

Barbados, on a small collection of birds from, 43. 

Barbets, synopsis of the American, 18 ; additional 
notes on the American, 20 ; distribution of the,29. 

Barrack])ore, exhibition of specimens of eggs col- 
lected by K. C. Beavan at, 23. 

Bartlett (E.), on the birds collected on the River 
Ucayali by, 26, 27; extracts from letters from 
Xeberos, Peru, 27; catalogue of birds collected 
on the River Huallaga by, 28 ; on two new birds 
collected in eastern Peru by, 32: notes on the 
monkeys of eastern Peru, 36; on the birds of 
eastern Peru, 40. 

JBasileuterus, synopsis of the genus, 24. 

Basilisk, on the birds collected on the southeast 
coast of New Guinea during the survey of H. 
M. S., 47. 

Bates (H. W.), on a collection of Birds sent from 
the Upper Amazon by, 10. 

Batrachians, on the development of, without meta- 
morphosis, 50. 

Bear, notes on a species of, in the Zoological S ci- 
etj''8 Gardens, 29. 

Beavan (R.C.), exhibition of specimens of eggs col- 
lected at IJarrackpore by, 23. 

Beaver, exhibition of a map showing the habitat 
in the Rhone delta of the, 66. 

Bellbirds of America, notes on the, 29. 

Bennett (G.), letters from, respecting some .speci- 
mens of Kagus, 19 ; extracts from letters from, 
20; letters from, on the proceedings of d'Al- 
bertis, 47. 



Berlin, notes on animals in the Zoological Gardens 
at, 32, 41, 54, 72; note on a specimen of Ateles 
vellerosus in the Museum at, 39. 
Bliootau, on a supposed new species of Rhinoceros 

from the Terai of, 44. 
Birds of Prey of New Guinea, note on the, 16. 
Blamis cinereiig, exhibition of a living specimen 

of, 48. 
Blewfields River, list of birds collected by H. 

Wick ham on the, 27. 
Blue Crows, note on the American, 46. 
Bogota, on birds from, 7, 8, 9, 19. 
Bdidce, remarks on specimens of, in the Zoological 

Society's Gardens, 28. 
Bolivia, on new species of birds from, 47 : descrip- 
tions of new birds obtained by C. Buckley in, 46, 
53. 
Borneo, on new species of Copsi/chus from, 17; 
notes by J. Mottley on the birds of southeast- 
ern, 21. 

J5os//on.«aW«, on addition to the Zoological Society's 
Gardens of a specimen of, 25; B. gaurus, exhibi- 
tion of a photograph of a young, 72; B. taurus 
vnv.domesticiis, exliibitionof the hoof of a speci- 
men of, from the Falkland Islands, 17. 

Botteri (M.), on birds collected in the vicinity of 
Orizaba, 10. 

Boucard (A.), list of birds collected in Oaxaca by, 
13; onbirds collected in southern Mexico by, 19; 
list of a collection of birds from Vera Cruz, 24. 

Bourbon, on the Harrier of, 21. 

Bower-bird, exhibition of an eggof theSpotted,41. 

Brahmapootra, exliibition of and remarksupon the 
upper horn of a two-horned Rhinoceros from , 45. 

Branta ruflna, exhibition of !i specimen of, 19. 

Brazil, description of a new Manakin from north- 
ern, 15; descri])tions of seven new species of 
birds discovered by Natterer in, 23. 

Bridges (T.), on collections of mammals and birds 
from the town of David, Chiriqui, made by, 0; 
notes on Californian birds, 10; list of birds col- 
lected in the valley of San Jos^, California, by, 
10 ; on a new Woodpecker discovered in north- 
ern California by, 12. 

British Guiana, on birds collected by E. F. im 
Thurn in, 55. 

British Museum, catalogue of the birds in the. 
Vol. XI, 3; Vols. XIV, XV, XIX, 4; descrip- 
tions of now Tanagers in the, 7. 

British Ornithologists' Club, chairman's ad- 
dresses, 72, 73. 

British Ornithologists' TTnion's list of British 
birds, remarks on the, 58. 

Brown (G.), on collections made in the Duke of 
York Island, New Britain and New Ireland, by, 
48, 50, 51, 52, 54. 

Brussels, notes on the animals in the Zoological 
Gardens at, 49. 

Buarreiiwn, description of a newly discovered 
species of, 8. 

Buhalis swaynei, exhibition of heads of, 68, 69. 

Bubo maximus, exhibition of a variety of, from 
P&ngkong Lake, Thibet, 14. 

Bncconidce, synopsis of the, 1, 7 ; descriptions of 
new species of, 6, 8, 30 ; geographical table of the, 
8; on the generic divisions of the, 56 

Bnceros casvarinus, remarks on, 62; B. subcylin- 
driciis, exhibition and remarks upon the skins of 
two specimens of, 57. 

Buckley (C), on the Quadrumana collected in 
Ecuador by, 39 ; on the birds collected in Bolivia 
by, 46, 53; on new birds collected in eastern 
Ecuador by, 54. 

Budapest, address to the Second International 
Ornithological Congress at, 4. 
Buenos Ayres, exhibition of snakes from, 32. 

Biiglodytes albicilms, note on, 9. 

Bulger (G. E.), report on birds collected at Wind- 
vogelberg by, 25. 

Burmeister (H.), notes on Heliomaster angelm, 24; 
characters of a supposed new species of Hum- 
ming Bird, 64. 

C. 

Cabinda, exhibition of a specimen of Monkey 

from, 29. 
Calacali, list of birds collected by Louis Eraser 

at, 14. 



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Calcutta, remarks on tlie Guide to the Zoological 

Gardens of, 60. 
Caldwell (J.), on a collection of insects and shells 
from Madagascar, 20; on a collection of ani- 
mals sent from Madagascar by, 24. 
California, notes on Bridges's birds from, 10 : on a 
new Woodpecker discovered bj- Bridges in 
northern, 12. 
Calliste, monograph of the genus, 1 ; synopsis ot 
the genus, 5 ; note on the geographical distribu- 
tion of the genus, 8; list of additions to the 
genus, 21; C. margarethce, note on, 69. 
Catnpylorhynclms, characters of an undescribed 
species of, with a list of species of the genus, 9. 
Canine's (Prince of) paper on the Tanagers, re- 
marks on, 5. 
Canis, list of the specimens of the genus, living in 
the Zoological Societj''s Gardens, 64 ; O. chama, 
remarks on, 44 ; C. nifjer, note on, 43 : C. velox, re- 
marks on a specimen of, in the Zoological So- 
ciety's Gardens, 63; C. virginianus, remarks on 
a specimen of, in the Zoological Society s Gar- 
dens, 63. . 
Cape Mole Kat, exhibition of albino varieties ot 
the, 65. . ,„ ,,. 
Capitonidoe, synopsis of the American, 18 ; addi- 
tional notes on the American, 20; distribution 
of the, 29. 
Capm, on the various species of, 62; G. cegagrus, 
exhibition of a specimen of, 42; C. pyrenaim, 
exhibition of lieads of, 30. 
Capriviulgidai, exhibition of a specimen of, 17; 

notes on the American, 20, 27. 
Carinatce, on the fifth cubital remex in tlie wuig 

in the, 67. 
Carpophaga microcera, remarks on, 20. 
Cassel, on ornithology at, 73. 
CassicincB, review of the, 59. 

Casvaiius, remarks on species of, 44; remarks on 
the species of, in the Zoological Society's Men- 
agerie, 44, 47 ; exhibition of and remarks upon 
the skin of a chick of, 145 ; a review of the spe- 
cies of, 46 ; descriptive list of the species of, 46 ; 
G. australis, notes on a skin of, 30; C. hcnneftii, 
exhibition oi' the egg of, .".4 ; notes on the breed- 
ing of, in the Zoiildgical Society's Gardens, 21, 23; 
G. t)icarunc.ulatvs,e->i\n\ntion of a specimen of, 
41; C. kaupi, remarks on, 38; G. salvadorii, re- 
marks on a skin of, 50 ; G. ivestermanai, remarks 
on, 43. 
Cathartes calif ornianus, on the egg and nestling 
of, 16 ; on the addition to the Zoological Society's 
Gardens of a specimen of, 27. 
Caucasus, on the Wild Goats of the, 63. 
Gentropsar ')nirus, remarks on, 43,45. 
Geiatodus forxteri, exhibition of a specimen of, 35. 
Gercocebtis alhigena, exhibition of a stulfed speci- 
men ot, 29. 
Gen-opithecus, on Vne^ genus, 69, 70; G.alhigularis, 
exhibition of a specimen of, 70; G. ascanias, ex- 
hibition of and remarks upon a skin of, 63; G. 
en/throgaster, exhibition of a drawing of the 
head of, 72; G.grayi, exhibition of the typical 
skin of, 72 ; G. i(juitus, exhibition of a skin of, 72. 
Certhiola, on the proper use of the generic term, 71. 
Gervicapra clarkei, exhibition of horns of, 67. 
Gervidce, on the arrangement and distribution of 

the, 34. 
Gervus antisiensis, notes on, 42, 44; G. chilensis, 
notes on, 42,44: G. liippelaphus, remarks on the 
antlers of, 46; G. nlka, remarks upon, 15, 52. 
Ceylon, exhibition of a skin of Frinia ,incialis 
from, 36; exhibition of a specimen ot Priono- 
chilus vincens from, 39. 
Ohcetura, synopsis of the American species of the 

genus, 21. 
Challenger, reports on the collections of birds 
made during the voyage of H. M. S., No. I, 49; 
No. 111,49; Nos.Vl'lI, IX, 50; Nos. X, XI, 51; 
exhibition of the eggs collected during the voy- 
age of the, 52; exhibition of and remarks upon 
some bird skins brought home by tlie, 55. 
Ghaiiempis, remarks on the genus, 62. 
Ghasmorhyncfmn, on the distribution of the genus, 

27. 
Ohauna, on the species of the genus, 22 ; 0. chava- 
ria, exhibition of an egg of, 66; G. derbiana, 
exhibition tif a young specimen of, from San 
Fernando, Trinidad, 27 ; C. nigricollis, note on, 27. 



Ghelodina longicollis, exhibition of a specimen of, 

from South Austr.alia, 17. 
Chili, James's New List of the Birds of, 4; notes 
on the birds of, 28 ; notes on the deer of, 44 ; on col- 
lections of birds from Tarapaca, 62, 67 ; exhibi- 
tion of a skin of riialarojmis fulicantis from, 71. 
Chimborazo, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 

during excursions to, 14. 
Chiii.a, notes on certain species of birds from, 20; 

on I'ere David's travels in, 44. 
Ghionis alba, exhibition of, and remarks upon a 
spc^cimen of, killed in Ireland, 70; G. minor, 
exhibition of a skin of, 28. 
Chiriqui,listof Mr. ISridges's collections of mam- 
mals and birds from the town of David, 9. 
Ghironectes variegatus, exhibition of, and remarks 

upon a skin of, 37. 
Ghlamgdodeva inaculata, exhibition of an egg of, 41. 
Chloephagamagellanica, note on, 10, 11. 
Gldorochrym, on tlie genus, 5, 46. 
Chrysotis, on two rare species of, 54; on the 
recently described species of, 56; G. bodini, 
remarljs on, 63; G. tucumana, exhibition of a 
skin of, 73; G. versicolor, exhibition of, and 
remarks upon a skin of, 56. 
Gichlopsin, note on the genus, 12. 
Giconia boyciana, exliibition of a skin of, and re- 
marks upon its distribution, 43 ; G. episcopus and 
G.inaguari. remarks on living examples of, in 
the Geological Society's Gardens, 51. 
Gircx(S iiiaillardi, note on, 21. 
Classilicatioii of liirds, on the, 55. 
Claws and spurs of birds' wings, remarks on, C3. 
Gnemophilus maciiregori, exhibition of a specimen 

of, 67. 
Coceyzxis, on the genus, 22, 34 : ('. avyricanus, exhi- 
bition of a skin of, 39 ; G. eitjiliroiditltalmus, exhi- 
bition of a specimen of, killed in Ireland, 39. 
Ocereba, on the projier use of the generic term, 71. 
Gmrebidm, catalogue of the, in the British Mu- 
seum, 3. 
Guliuk. remarks on the species of, living in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens, 61 ; G. capensis, ex- 
hibition of two eggs of, laid in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 70. 
Collectors, proceedings of zoological, 40. 
Golobus paUiatvs, on its probable identity with 

G. angoleiisis, 54. 
Cologne, notes on animals in the Zoological Gar- 
dens at, 32, .52. 62, 70. 
Colombia, on an undescribed species of Hawk 
from, 16; on a new species of Pijjra from, 20; 
descriptions of new species of birds from, 22, 
35; on the species of J.cci/ji<«r from, 26; on the 
Hairy Tapir of the Andes of, 33 ; on the mam- 
mals obtained by R. B. White in the Upper 
Magdalene A'alley, 66. 
Golumbidce, descriptions of new species of, 29. 
Golymbus, remarks on two species of, 13; G. 

adamsi, exhibition of a specimen of, 72. 
Comoro Islands, on the birds of the, 23. 
Comrie (Dr.), on the birds collected on the south- 
east coast of New Guinea by, 47. 
Conchitas, lists of birds collected by W. II. Hud- 
son at, 29, 32, 33. 
Congo, exhibition of a specimen of Monkey trom 

Cabinda, 29. 
Gonopias, on the species of, 37. 
Gonopophagidce, catalogue of the, in the British 

Museum. 4. 
Constantinople, ornithological notes from, 48 ; on a 
collection of fishes made by E. D. Dickson at, 65. 
Goracopsis vasa, on a singular habit of, 60, 70 ; re- 
marks on the death of a specimen of, which had 
lived fifty-four years in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, 60. 
Goriphilus kvhli, remarks on, 47. 
Cormorants, remarks on the feeding of young by 
the parent birds in the Zoological Society's tJar- 
dens, 57. 
Gorvun australis, exhibition of the skin ot a va- 
riety of, 58. 
Cosmctornis, note on the genus, 23. 
Costa Rica, description of a new accipitrine bird 

from, 24. . . ■. 

Gotingidce, catalogue of the, in the British Mu- 
seum, 4. 
Guturnix delegorgii, exhibition of and remarks 
upon the eggs of, 55. 



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Crabs, exhibition of Ascension Island land, 47. 

Oraeidce. See Curassows. 

Crete, exhibition of a specimen of the Wild Ibex 

of, 42. 
Crocodile Bird of the Kile, note on the, 71. 
Crows, on the American species of the subgenus 

Xanthura, 53. 
Cuckoo, on a new species of the genus Neomor- 

phus, 25 ; on the genus Ooccyzus, 34. 
Cuenca, list of birds collected bv Louis Praser 

at, 12. 
Culicivora, on the genus, 7. 
Cunningham (Dr.), lists of birds collected in the 

Straits of Magellan by, with notes on the Pata- 

gonian avifauna, 31, 33, 35. 
Curassows, synopsis of the, 34 ; notice of a memoir 

on the, 41 ; remarks on those now or lately living 

in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 46, 53; 

notice of a supplementary memoir on the, 51 : 

remarks upon Mitua salvini, 52. 
Gyanocitta, note on the species of, 46. 
Cyanomyias ecelestis, remarks on the adult male 

of, 57. 
Oyanopolius cyamis, remarks on the breeding of 

in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 61. 
Cyclorhis, remarks on tlie species of the genus, 64. 
Oypselidce, notes on the genera and species of, 24. 

0. 

Dacnis, on the genus, 5, 7, 21 ; on certain species 
of, 6. 

D'Albertis (L. M.), exhibition of some birds col- 
lected iu New Guinea by, and description of a 
new Paradise Bird discovered by, 41; characters 
of new species of birds discovered in New 
Guinea by, 41 ; an account of a new species of 
Kangaroo from New Guinea, 42; letters from 
Dr. Beniu'tt on the proceedings of, 47; exhibi- 
tion of a collection of bii'ds received from, 47 

Damalig hunteri, exhibition of, and remarks upon 
some lii'ads and skins of, 65; description of, 65; 
D. senegaleiisis, exhibition of a head of, 66; ex- 
hibition of the head and horns of a specimen of, 
from Lanios, 62. 

Damaraland, list of Andersson's collection of birds 
from, 6. 

Darlington, exhibition of two curious Ducks shot 
near, '57. 

Darmstadt, on ornithology at, 73. 

Dasypeltis scabra, on the haldts of, 69. 

Daubeny (James), list of a collection of birds 
made on the coasts of the Red Sea by, 6. 

David, list of Mr. Kridges's collections of mam- 
mals and birds from tiie town of, 9. 

David (P6re), on the travels in (Jhina of, 44. 

Deer, note on the Japanese, in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 15; note on the Formosan, 
19; notice of a specimen of the Mantchurian, 
received from Mr. Swinhoe, 24; on the addi- 
tion to the Zoological Society's Menagerie of a 
Pudu, 26; notice of a memoir on the Old World, 
34; on certain species now or lately living in 
the Zoological Society's Gardens, 38; notes on 
the Chilian, 44 ; exhibition of an antler of the 
Eusa, 46. 

DendrocolaiMdce, catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum, 4: descriptiims of new species of, 18, 
29, 32, 65, 66; remarks on some species of, in 
the Smithsonian Institution, 36. 

Dendrocygna. the geographi<^al distribution of the 
genus, 23; additional notes on the genus, 26. 

Derby Museum, on new or little-known species 
in the, 7; on two new species of Ant Birds in 
the, 12. 

Diardigallus craw/vrdi, notes on, 20; D.prcelatus, 
exhibition of a skin of the female of, 20. 

Dickinson (D.), on a new species of Falco discov- 
ered on the river Shire by, 22; on the rapa- 
cious birds collected in the' Zambesi region bv, 
23. 

Dickson (E. D.), on a collection of Fishes made at 
Constantinople by, 65. 

Diori'ms )iiiirginatus, exhibition of the typical 
spceiiiiens of, 50. 

IHchinculvf!, arrival at the Zoological Societj-'s 
Gardens of a living, 22. 

DigloisitKX, synop.sis of the, 45. 

Divers, remarks on two species of, 13. 



Dogmersfleld Park, exhibition of a specimen of the 
Glossy Ibis shot in, 56. 

Dominica, remarks on a rare Parrot from, 24; list 
of birds collected by Mr. Ramage in, 65. 

Drepane2)horus, on the generic term, 42. 

Drepanornis alhertisi, notes on, 42 ; 1>. alhertisi 
cervinicaiida, exhibition of and remarks upon 
skins of, 59. 

Drew (S. B.), exhibition of land crabs from Ascen- 
sion Island, 47. 

Duck, exhibition of two curious specimens of, shot 
near Darlington, 57; exhibition of a curious 
variety of, shot in Yorkshire, 61 ; exhibition of 
a hybrid, 66. 

Duke of York Island, on the Rev. G. Brown's col- 
lections from, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54. 

E. 

Eastern Archipelago, distribution of the Psitta- 
cidce in the, 15. 

Ecuador, list of a collection of birds from (Duijos, 
6; notes on collections of birds from Rio Napo, 
10, 13 ; list of birds collected by Louis Frazer at 
Cuenca, Zamora, and Gualaqiiiza, 12; at Rio- 
baraba, 12; at Pallatanga, 12, 14; at Quito, 14; 
at Pichincha and Chimborazo, 14; at Nanegal, 
Calacali, Perucho, and Puellaro, 14 ; at B^a- 
boyo, 15; at Esmeraldas, 15; on two new Tyrant 
Birds from, 19; on a new species of Malac'optila 
from western, 19; on the Quadrumaua collected 
by Buckley in, 39; descriptions of three new 
species of birds from, 50 ; on new birds collected 
by C. Buckley in e;istern, 54. 

Eldinece, index generis, 18. 

Elaphums davidianus, on the skin and skeleton 
of, 30. 

Elephant, arrival at the Zoological Society's Gar- 
dens of an African, 24 ; exhibition of and remarks 
upon a corroded tusk of an Indian, 36; on the 
dimensions and weights of the Indian, in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens, 52, 55; on the in- 
crease in size and weight of a young African, in 
the Zoological Society's Gardens, 59. 

Empidonax hrunneus, remarks on, 64. 

Eqtms asinui gomalicits, exhibition of a skin of 69 ; 
E. grevyi, exhibition of and remarks upou some 
photographs of, 58. 

Erythrura, remarks on the species of, 56. 

Esmeraldas, list of birds collected by Louis Eraser 
at, 15. 

Exiehcetes, on the name, 53. 

Euphonia, synopsis of the genus, 5; note on the 
geographic;\l distribution of the genus, 8. 

Euplocaiiiufi ci-airfnrdi, on the female of, 46; E. 
cttvieri, exhibition of a skin of a male of, 31. 

Eurylcemidce, catalogue of the, in the British Mu- 
seum, 4. 

Eurylcemus, on the systematic position of, 40. 

Exoiic Ornithology, 2. 

Extinct birds, report on those of the Mascarene 
Islands, 27. 



Falco circumcinctus, note on, 20 ; F. eleonorce, on the 
bi'eeding near Mogador of, 30; F. pmiiceus, ex- 
hibition of a skin of, captured in the Mediterra- 
nean, 73. 

Falcon, exhibition of a mummy of, 65. 

Falkland Islands, catalogue of the birds of the, 
15 ; on the eggs of two Raptorial Birds from the, 
16 ; exhibition of the hoof of a Bull from the, 17 ; 
additions to and corrections of the list of the 
birds of the, 17; on some addititms to the list of 
the birds of the, 22; on the seals of the, by Cap- 
tain Abbott, 29 ; report on Lecomte's expedition 
to the, 30; exhibition of a skin of Fhalaropiis 
wilsoni from the, 73. 

Feather, exhibition of a needle made from the 
stem of a, 73. 

Felis lanea, notes on specimens of, 49, 51 ; exhibi- 
tion of and remarks upon a skin of. 60; F. uncia, 
exhibition of skins ot, and remarks on its geo- 
graphical distribution, 67. 

Ffinch (B. T.), on beetles obtained by, 61,6.5. 

Fiji Islands, on a collection of Parrots obtained 
by E. L. Layard in, 46. 

Firetlv, exliibitiou of living specimens of the 
West Indian, 59. 



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rishes, occurrence in the rivor Uruguay of elec- 
tric, 64. 

Fisk (G. H. R.), letter on a mouse killing anil 
eating a young venomous snake, 63. 

Florence Museum, on the mounted specimens of 
Italian birds in the, 71. 

Forbe.s (H. O.), on birds collected in Timor Laut or 
the Teniniber Islands by, 58. 

Formicaiiidce, catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum, 4 ; descriptions of new species of, 7, 
10, 18, 22, 30, 56; synopsis of the, 11. 

Formicivorina, synopsis of tlie, 11. 

Formosa, exhibition of a skin of a Hare sent from 
the Island of, by Mr. Swinhoe, 18; note on the 
deer of, 19. 

Forster's "Catalogue of the Animals of North 
America," and "Animals of Hudson's Bay" 
(reprints), 3. 

France, remarks on visits made to several zoolog- 
ical gardens and museums in, 43. 

Frankfort, notes on the animals in the zoological 
gardens at, 70; on ornithology at, 73. 

Fraser (L.), list of birds collected at Cuenca, 
Gualaquiza, and Zamora by, 12; at Kiobamba, 
12; atPallatanga, 12, 14; at Quito, Pichincha, 
and Chimborazo, 14; at Nanegal, Calacali, 
Perncho, and Puellaro, 14; at Babahoyo, 15; at 
Esmsraldas, 15. 

Fringillidce, descriptions of new species of, 30. 

FringiUiformes, catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum, 3. 

Fruit-Pigeons, exhibitions of a drawing of a spe- 
cies of, 47 ; exhibition of and remarks upon two 
rare, 52. 

Fulica gallinuloides, exhibition of the supposed 
typical specimen of, 50. 

Fitiigula cristata, early appearance in Hampshire 
of, 5; F. nationi, remarks on, 50. 

"Furculum" or "Furcula," 62. 

O. 

Galago inontairi, remarks on and exhibition of 
the type specimens of, 24. 

Galapagos Islands, on new birds collected bv Dr. 
Habel in the, 34 ; on the visit of H. M. S. Petrel 
to the, 46. 

Galbulidoe, synopsis of the, 1 ; further remarks on 
the, 6 ; on the arrangement of the, with descrip- 
tions of new species, 7. 

Oalbida, synopsis of the genus, 6. 

Gallinula nestotis, note on, 17. 

Gayals, exhibition of a photograph of a pair of, 24. 

Geobates, note on the genus, 26. 

Geographical distribution of birds, 4, 12. 68; of 
mammals, 44; of the I'hasianidte, 2, 21; of the 
Bucconidce, 8 ; of the genera Callhte and Eupho- 
nia, 8; of the Puittacidce in the Eastern Archi- 
pelago, 15; of the genus Tvrdus, 18; of the genus 
Dendrocygna,23 : of the genus Chasmorhyneluis, 
27 ; of the Barbets, 29 ; of the Touracoes, 33 ; of 
the Cervidce, 34 ; of Rhinoceroses, 40 ; of several 
American Limicolce, 41 ; of Giconia bngeiana. 43 ; 
of the genus Zonotricliia, 49 ; of Motge vittata, 
61; of Felis uncia, 67. 

Geographical Zoology, on the state of our knowl- 
edge of, 48. 

Geophaps plunii/era, exhibition of a specimen of, 
71; G. scripta, exhibition of the egg and young 
of, 65. 

Georychus capensis, exhibition of albino varieties 
of, 65. 

Gcronticus comatus, exhibition of, and remarks 
upon a specimen of, 54. 

Ghent, notes on the animals in the Zoological Gar- 
dens at, 45, 49, 62, 68. 

Giraffe, on the birth of a young male, in the Zoo- 
logical Society's Gardens, 28 ; list of Girattes that 
have lived in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 
28, 69. 

Giraud's "Birds of Texas," notes on, 7. 

Goats, on the various species of Wild, 62; on the 
Caucasian Wild, 63. 

Goering, on Venezuelan birds collected bv, 29, 31, 
32, 35, 45. 

Goose, notes on the Upland, 10, 11; on the Spur- 
winged Geese in the Zoological Society's Men- 
agerie, 12, 14. 



Gorilla, remarkson photographs of a young speci- 
men of, in Berlin, and on an example of, formerly 
living in England, 49. 

Grallaha, list of tlio known species of, 49. 

Grey (Sir G.), list of animals presented to the 
Zoological Society's Gardens by, 17. 

Grus cinerea, G. niontignesia, and G. virgo, exhi- 
bition of eggs of, 13. 

Gryllotalpa vulgans, exhibition of, and remarks 
upon specimens of, obtained at Bagdad, 65. 

Gu.acharo, exhibition of an egg of the, 29 ; on the 
range in South America of the, 67. 

Gualaquiza, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 
at, 12. 

Guatemala, characters of eleven new species of 
birds collected by O. Salvin in, 15 ; contributions 
to the ornithology of, 16. 

Guinea fowl, on the species of, from the Zambesi, 
66. 

Gyparchus papa, exhibition of the egg of, 14. 

H. 

Habel (Dr.), on new species of birds collected in 
the Galapagos Islands by, 34. 

Hague, notes on animals in the Zoological Gardens 
at the, 45, 54, G8, 69. 

Haliartvs albicilla, on the occurrence in North 
America of, 21, 25; H. branickii, remarks on a 
specimen of, in the Hamburg Gardens, 68. 

Halmaturus luctuo.ius, an account of, 42. 

Hamburg Zoological Gardens, notes on animals in 
the, 25, 32, 41, 54, 72; on specimens of ITaliaetus 
in the, 68. 

Hampshire, early ai)pearance of the Tufted Duck 
in, 5 ; occurrence of Sabine's Snipe in, 5 ; on the 
high sj.rings of 1883 in, 59. 

Hannover, notes on the animals in the Zoological 
Gardens at, 72. 

Hartlaub (G.), on the distinctness of Pennula 
ecaudata and P. sandwichensis, 71. 

Hauxwell (J.), list of birds collected at Pebasby, 
28. 

Hawk, characters of a species of, from New Cale- 
donia, 13; on an undescribed species of, from 
New Granada, 16. 

Hcliomaster angelce, exhibition of specimens of 
and notes on, 24. 

Helix hcemastvma, exhibition of living specimens 
of, 57. 

Hemipode, exhibition of a skin of a, from Nyassa- 
land, 73. 

Heterodactylus itnbricatus, exhibition of a speci- 
men of, 61. 

Hippocampi, exhibition of drawings of, 32. 

Hippopotamus, on the birth in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens at Amsterdam of a, 25; on 
the birth at the London Zoological Society's 
Gardens of a, 36, 39 ; remarks on the Liberiau, 41. 

Hippotragus bakeri, notes on, 30. 

Hirundinea, notes on the si»ecies of, 33, 58. 

Holland, on the nesting of the Spoonbill in, 49. 

Holland (A. H.), notes on the birds of the Argen- 
tine Republic, 67, 68 ; notes on the birds of the 
Estancia Sta. Elena, 71. 

Honduras, list of birds collected by G. C. Taylor 
in, 12 ; note on the Ocellated Turkey of, 18 ; on 
birds collected by G. M. Whitely on the coast 
of, 35. 

Huaheine, list of a collection of birds from, 22. 

Huallaga River, catalogue of birds collected by 
E. Bartlett on the, 28. 

Hudson (W. H.), lists of birds collected at Con- 
chitas by, 29, 32, 33; on the birds of the Rio 
Negro of Patagonia, 39. 

Hudson's Bay, exhibition of bird skins from Port 
Churchill, 16. 

Huemul, notes "on the, 42, 44. 

Hunter, (H. C. Y.), on a new Antelope discovered 
by, 65. 

Humming Bird, on the habits and nest of the 
Pichincha, 18; list of species of, obtained by 
Whitely in high Peru, 44 ; exhibition and de- 
scription of a new species of, from northern 
Peru, 52; remarks on a supposed new species 
of, 64. 

Hybrid, exhibition of a Pheasant, 31 ; monkeys 
in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 51; exhibi- 
tion of a Duck, 66. 



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Bydropsalis ftircifera, exhibition of a specimen 

of the egg of, 72. 
JIylo2}hihis, review of the genus, 56. 
Hypocolucs ampelinus, exhibition of and remarks 

on a skin of, 45. 
Hypotriorchis caatayionolus, note on, 18. 

I. 

Ibex, exhibition of lieads of the Spanish, 30; ex- 
hibition of a specimen of the Cretan Wihl, 42. 

Ibis, exliibition of a specimen of the Glossy, shot 
in Dognierstifld Park, 56. 

Ibis (vthiopica, on the breeding in the Zooh)gical 
Society's Gardens of, 51. 

Icteridce, catalogue of the, in the British Museum, 
3 ; review of the family, 59, CO. 

Impennes, on those collected during the voyage 
of the Challenger, 51. 

Ini Thurn (E. F.), on some birds collected in Brit- 
ish Guiana by, 55. 

Incubation of birds in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, on the number of days of, 13 ; of Python 
sehie in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 20; 
aTuong birds in the order Stnithiones, 21. 

India, on the PrionochiU of British, 44 ; report on 
the Indian Pheasants bred in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens from 1858 to 1860, 16 ; arrival at 
the Zoological Society's Gardens of a collection 
of Indian Pheasants, 21. 

India House, on the zoological collections in the, 
42. 

Indicator, on the systematic position of, 35. 

Insect House in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 
opening of the, 56 ; notes on the, 50 ; exhibition 
of Lepidoiiterous Insects reared in the, 57, 59; 
report on the, 58. 61, 62. 

Ireland, exhibition of a specimen of Coccyzva 
erythrojihthalimts killed in, 39; exhibition of a 
specimen of Gliionis alba killed in, 70. 

Italy, remarks on visits made to several zoolog- 
ical gardens and museums in, 43. 



Jacamars, on the arrangement of the, with de- 
scriptions of new 8i)ecies, 7. 

Jalapa, list of Salle's birds from, 10; on a series of 
birds from the vicinity of, 13. 

Jamaica, list of a collection of birds made by W. 
Osburn in, 17. 

James's "New List of Chilian Birds," 4. 

Japan, exhibition of bird skins collected by H. 
Whitely in, 25; exhibition of a collection of 
mammals and birds from, 26: exhibition of a 
skin of )<pizaetiisnipalensis from, 31. 

Japanese Pig, note on the so-called, 25. 

Jellyfish of Lake Frumiah, note on the, 71. 

Johnston (H. H.), on collections sent from the 
Shir6 Highlands by, 69. 

Juan Fernandez, on the land birds of, 38. 

Juhidis ffinchi, exhibition of, and remarks upon 
specimens of, 61, 65. 

K. 

Kagu, letters from Dr. G. Bennett respecting 

specimens of the, 19; arrival at the Zoological 

Society's Gardens of a, 19. 
Kangaroo, exhibition of a picture of a Rock, 15. 
Kerguelen's Laud, on the birds collected during 

the voyage of the Challenger in, 51. 
Kerr (J.G.), on the avifauna of the Lower Pil- 

comayo, 69. 
Kilimanjaro, on the mammals of, 72. 
Kittacincla auricidaris, note on, 27. 

Lamoo, exhibition of heads and horns of two 

species of Antelopes from, 02. 
Lamprey (Dr.), extracts from a letter from, on 

certain si>ecies of Chinese birds, 20. 
Laniarius atrocroceus, on a second example of, 63. 
Larida; remarks onthe, in the Zoological Society's 

Gardens, 28 ; a revised list of the Niiotropical, 37. 
Lams cburneus, exhibition of a nest, eggs, and 

two youug oaea of, 64. 



Last (J. T.), notes on the habits of Fotamochwrus 

edwardsi, 72. 
Layard (E. L.), notes on birds observed at Para 

by, 42; on a collection of Parrots obtained in 

the Fiji Islands by, 46. 
Lecomte's expedition to the Falkland Islands, 

report on, 30. 
Legge (V.), exhibition of specimens of a new bird 

from Ceylon, 39. 
Legriocinclu^, note on the genua, 8. 
Lemur, exhibition of a newly described species 

of, 34; i. leucomystax, remarks on, 25; L. 

macaco, note on the way in which it carries its 

young, 61. 
L^otaud's "Birds of Trinidad," remarksou, 29. 
Lepidosiren paradoxa, remarks on, 25. 
Leptosoma discolor, on the structure of, 25. 
Lo Souef (A. A. C), letter fiom, containing 

remarks upon some living Duckbills in confine- 
ment at ^Melbourne, 63. 
Le Strange (H. S.), on a collection of birds made 

near the City of Mexh'O by, 32. 
Lima, on the birds collected in the vicinity of, by 

W. Nation, 26, 28, 31, 37, 56, ,59; exhibition of a 

skin of Amaurolimnas concolor from, 73. 
Limicolce, on the range of several American, 41. 
Linnets, on the correct generic name of the, 69. 
Lipaugus, list of the species of the genus, 17. 
Lipoty])e, remarks on the use of the word, 57. 
Livingstone Expeditions into Africa, note on the 

two, 39. 
Lobiophasis bulweri, exhibition of and remarks 

upon skins of, 47. 
Lophophorits I'huysi. exhibition of a drawing of, 29. 
Luriculus, on an addition to the genus, 49. 



M. 

Macacus nemestrinus, exhibition of and remarks 
upon a skin of, 70. 

M'Master (A. C), remarks on the MS. works on 
the birds of India by, 52. 

Macfjuarie Island, exhibition of two skins of a 
Rail from, 56. 

Macropus erubescene, remarks on a specimen of, 
in the Melbourne Gardens, 58. 

Madagascar, on J. Caldwell's collection of insects 
and shells from, 20; onthe mammals and birds 
collected byC. Meller in, 21; descrijition of a 
new species of Duck from, 23; the mammals of, 
23; report on a collection of animals sent by J. 
Caldwell from, 24; description of a new I'asser- 
ine Bird fnmi, 24; on the Itiver Hog of, 72. 

Magdalene A'alloN , on the mammals obtained by 
R. B. White in'the Uuper, 66. 

Magellan, lists of birds collected by Dr. Cunning- 
ham in the Straits of, '1, 33, 35. 

]SIanakin, on new sijccies of, 6,15. 

Manatee, on the transmission of a specimen of a, 
to the Zoological Society's Gardens, 26. 

Mandible, on ithe variation in form of the upper, 
in a rajiacious bird, 11. 

Heads tciinniucki, i-emarks on, 51. 

Marino animal, on a new species of, from the 
Northern I'acific, 40, 42. 

Marten killed in Wales, and near Odiham, 5. 

Mascareno Islands, rejjort on the extinct birds 
from the, 27. 

Mediterranean, exhibition of a skin of Falco 
puniceus captured in the, 73. 

Megapode, exhibition of the egg of a species of, 33. 

Melbourne, remarks on a specimen of Macropus 
erubescens in the gardens at, 58; on li\'ing Duck- 
bills in confinement at, 63. 

Meleayris ucellata, note on, 18. 

Meller (C), on the mammals and birds collected 
in Madagascar by, 21. 

Mcnura svperba. arrival at the Zoological Soci- 
ety's Menagerie of a specimen of, 28. 

Mergus avstralis, exhibition of and remarks upon 
a skin of, 55. 

Mexico, on collections of birds made by A. Sall6 
in southern. 9, 10, 11 ; on a collection of birds 
made by Botteri in the vicinity of Orizaba, 10; 
list of additional species of Salle's birds from 
Jalapa and S. Andres Tuxtla, 10 ; notes on some 
birds from, 11; description of a new species of 
Buteo from, 11; on Salle's collection of birds 



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from Oaxaca, 11: list of birds colloctod by A. 
Boucard iu Oaxaca, 13 ; on a series of birds from 
the vicinity of Jalapa, 13 ; list of Tyrant Birds 
of, 14 ; notes on a collection of l)ird8 from Ori- 
zaba, 15; on a nowsjiecieH of Finch from, 18; on 
birds collected by A. Boucard iu southern, 19; 
on additions to the avifauna of, 20, 34 ; list of 
birds procured by G. H. White in the City of 
22; list of a collection of birds formed by A. 
Boucard at Vera Cruz, 24; exhibition and de- 
scriptions of new species of birds from, 27; on a 
collection of birds made by Mr. Le Strange near 
the City of, 32; description of a new species of 
Wren from, 33; exhibition of two skulls of 
Baird's Tapir from, 42. 

2Iiciastur, notes on the species of, 32. 

Mici-ohates, synopsis of the species of, 59. 

jSlilvago canniculatus, note on, 18. 

Mihyulus tyrannus, exhibition of a nest of, con- 
taining eggs of Molothrus bonariensis, 39. 

Mitiia salvini, remarks upon, 52. 

Mogador, on the breeding of the Eleonora Falcon 
near, 30. 

Molgevittata, remarks upon the distribution of, 61. 

Molothrtis bonariensis, exhibition of the eggs of, 
in the nest of Milvulus tyrannus, 39. 

Momotidce, review of the family, 10. 

Monkeys, on the breeding of, during the last ten 
years iu the Zoological Society's Gardens, 70. 

Monteiro (J.), list of the mamnialia collected in 
Angola by, 15. 

Monte Video, exhibition of a living Amphisbse- 
nian from, 52. 

Moutserrat, on a small collection of birds from 
the Island of 53. 

Mooruk. exhibition of the egg of the, 54. 

Mosquito Coast, list of birds collected by H. Wick- 
ham on Blewlields Kiver on the, 27. 

Mottley (J.), notes on the birds of southeastern 
Borneo by, 21 . 

Mouse, the killing and eating of a young venom- 
ous snake by a, 63; exhibition of and remarks 
upon specimens of the "Spinning" or "Japa- 
nese," 68. 

Mud-fish, note on a uew Australian, 35. 

Munich, on ornithology at, 73. 

Musi'isaxicola, on the species of the genus, 27. 

Museum, on certain principles to be observed in 
the establishment of a National Natural His- 
tory, 35; on the most desirable objects to be ex- 
hibited in a Local, 72. 

Mweru (Lake), on some specimens of mammals 
sent by A. Sharjie from, 71. 

Myaale, exhibition of and remarks upon a spider 
of the genus, 55. 

Myiozetetes, ou the species of, 37. 

N. 

Nanegal, list of birds collected by Louis Frazer 
at, 14. 

Nation ( W.), on the birds collected in the vicinity 
of Lima by, 26, 28, 31, 37, 56, 59. 

Natterer (J.), descriptions of seven new species 
of birds discovered in Brazil bj', 23. 

Nearctic region, outhe mammals of the, 72. 

Neomorphus, on the species of the genus, 22. 

Neotropical region, "Nomenclator Avium Neo- 
tropicalium," 3; a revised list of the Lariden of 
the, 37 ; on the Pteroptocliidce of the, 44 ; a revi- 
sion of the Anatidce of the, 47 ; on the species of 
Anthus of the, 51. 

Neuchfttel, description of a now species of Parrot 
in the Museum at, 46. 

New Britain, exhibition of some bird skins from, 
40; on the Eev. G. Browns collections from, 48, 
50,51,52,54,59; exhibition and description of 
two new birds from, 55. 

New Caledonia, characters of a species of Hawk 
from, 13. 

New Granada. .S'e« Colombia. 

New Guinea, on the zoology of, 12 ; on the birds 
of prey of, 16; exhibition of birds, including a 
new Bird of Paradise collected by d' Albertis in, 
41 ; characters of new species of birds discov- 
ered by d' Albertis in, 41 ; on a uew species of 
Kangaroo from, 42; remarks on two species of 
birds from, 43; on Dr. Meyer's ornithological 
diacoveries in, 44; on the birds collected by Dr. 



Comrie on the southeast coast of, 47 ; on orni- 
thological progress in, 48 ; J'urther ornitholog- 
ical news from, 48; on a new species of Mono- 
treme from, 50. 

New Ireland, on the Rev. G. Brown's collections 
from, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 59. 

Newton (A.), notes on the birds of the Straits of 
Magellan, 35. 

New Zealand, on the genus A/)ter?/a; of, 18: animals 
from, at the Zoological Society's Gardens, 38. 

Nicaragua, exhibition of a skull of Tapirns buirdi 
from, 28; additions to the list of birds of, 42. 

Nile, note on the 'Crocodile Bird" of the, 71. 

Ninox soJomnnis, on the tyi)ical specimen of, 50. 

Nitzsch's Pterylography (tran.slation), 2. 

"Nomenclator Aviiuu Neotropicalium," 3,41. 

Norfolk, on the occurrence of Trinqa acuminata 
in, 69, 71. 

Norwich Museum, on some species of Accipitres 
iuthe, 11. 

Nntoryctes typhlops, notes on, 67, 68. 

Nucifraya caryocatactes, exhibition of the nest and 
eggs of, 28. 

Numida clliotl, exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of, 54. 

Nyassaland, on a collection of mammals made by 
A. Sharpe in, 68; list of birds collected by A. 
Whyte in, 71 ; exhibition of a skin of a Hemi- 
pode from, 73 ; on the new Cypress of, 73. 

y^ycticorax griseus, exhibition of a specimen of, 
shot in Plumstead Marshes, 59. 

O. 

Oaxaca, on Salle's collection of birds from, 11 ; list 

of birds collected by A. Boucard in, 13. 
Odiham, Marten killed near, 5 ; arrival of summer 

birds in 1845 near, 5 ; occurrence of aquatic birds 

near, 5; the nesting of the Water Kail near, 5. 
Ohio, exhibition of some variegated wool from, 21. 
OUgomyodce, catalogue of the, in the British 

Museum, 4. 
Opisthocomus cristatus, exhibition of and remarks 

upon the eggs of, 55; exhibition of and remarks 

upon specimens of the eggs and chicks of, 65. 
Opossum (water), exhibition of a skin of a, 37. 
Orde (J. W. P.), exhibition of a black variety of 

Arvicola amphibius, and a specimen of Branta 

rufina, 19. 
Oreas canna, on the breeding in captivity of, 28. 
Oreophasis derbianu^, exhibition of a specimen 

of 14. 
Orizaba, on Botteri's collection of birds from the 

vicinity of, 10; notes on a collection of birds 

from, 15. 
Ornithion, note on the genus, 41. 
Ornithological Congress at Budapest, address to 

the, 4. 
Ornithological Literature for 1870, 38 ; for 1871, 40; 

for 1872, 42. 
Ornithorhynchus paradoxus, on living specimens 

of, in confinement at Melbourne, 63. 
Oruba, on the migrator^' birds observed between 

Gibraltar and Malta on the S. S.,71. 
Osburn (W.), list of a collection of birds made in 

Jamaica by, 17. 
Oscines, descriptions of new species of American, 

26, 61. 
Otidiphaps nobilis, exhibition of a drawing of, 34. 
Otis tarda, on the breeding of, in the Zoological 

Society's Gardens, 71. 
Ovis cycloceros, exhibition of a drawing of, 18; 

O. jxilii, note on, 16 ; O. vignii, exhibition of a 

drawing of, 18. 
Owls, description of a new species of 12; on the 

nomenclature of British, aiul on the arrange- 
ment of the Order Striges, 53. 
Oxford University Museum, on the bird collec- 
tions iu the, 68^ 69, 71. 
Oxyrhainp>hidM, catalogue of the, in the British 

Museum, 4; descriptions of new species of, 30. 
Oyapok, remarks ou a collection of birds from, 37. 



Pacific, on a uew marine animal from the North- 
ern, 40, 42. 

Palestine, description of a uew species of bird 
from, 12 ; exhibition of a collection of bird skins 

collected by H. B. Tristram in, 22. 



128 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Pallatanga, list of birds collected bv Louis Fraser 

at, 12, U. 
Palombiere of Baj^niTcs de Bigorre, on the, 9. 
Panama, list of T. Bridges'a collections of mam- 
malsand birds from the town of David, 9; notes 
en a collection of birds from the Isthmus of, 23; 
on the (^uadriiiiiaiia of America north of, H8. 
Pdngkoiig Lake, exhibition of variety of Jiubo 

ina-riiiiiiK fi'om, 14. 
Para, notes on birds observed by E. L. Layard at, 

42. 
Paradise Birds, arrival at the Zoological Society's 
(iardensof two living, 19; exhibition of a draw- 
ing of ParadiKea calva from the Island of Wai- 
giou, 24; description of a new species of, discov- 
ered by d'Albertis, 41; note on Vrepanornis 
albertisi,i^; exhibition of a skin of Rhipidurnis 
gulielmi-tertii, 58; exhibitiim of and remaiks 
upon a specimen of Paradisornis rudolpld, G2; 
remarks on Macgregor's, 67, 68; exhibition of 
and remarks upon a specimen of Paradisornis 
rudolpld, 62. 
Paramytlna immtivm, exhibition of and remarks 

upon a specimen of, 69; notes on, 71. 

Pareudiaistes2'('ciji(iis, exhibition of an egg of, 43. 

Paris, description of six new species of birds in 

the ^luseum d'Histoire Naturelle of, 6; on the 

interesting s])ecies of mammals and birds in the 

Societe Zoologiqued'Acclimatation of, 26; notes 

on the animals in (he Zoological Gardens at, 68. 

Parra, on the si)ecie3 of, 9. 

Parrakeet, on a new species of the genus ioricM^ws, 

40. 
Parrots, on new species of, 10, 14, 23, 25, 46, 47, 56, 
63; on a rare species of, from Dominica, 24; on a 
new spe(-i(s of the genus Nanterna, 25; on new 
or little-known species of, in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 27, 37, 44, 52, 54, 63 ; exhil)ition 
of a series of skins of, obtained by E. L. Layard 
in the Fiji Islands, 46; description of a new 
species of, in the Museum at Neuch:ltel, 46 ; re- 
marks on a rare Pacific species of, 47; on the 
species of the genus I'iunus; 49; exhibition of a 
skin of a species of, from St. Lucia, 56; on the 
recently described species of the genns Gliry- 
sotis, 56 ; on a new species of the genus Ooiiurus, 
56, 63; note on Rui)peU'8 Parrot, 57; on a singu- 
lar habit of the Greater Vasa Parrot, 60, 70; "re- 
marks on the death of a specimen of the greater 
Vasa Parrot which had lived fifty-four years in 
the Zoological Society's Gardens, 60 ; remarks on 
a specimen of a rare species of, 63 ; exhibition of 
a variety of the Grey Parrot, 72. 
Parus )neridionalis, remarks on, 9. 
Patagonia, notes on the avifauna of, 31 ; Hudson 

on the birds of the Kio Negro, 39. 
PnKxuf/aii'afa, on the female plumage of, 45; ex- 
hibition of and remarks upon an exampleof, 55. 
Pavo7ii(inpennig, note on, 14. 
Pebas, list of birds collected by J. Hauxwell at, 

28. 
JViccnnw*, notes on the s]>ecies of, living in the 
Zoological Socuety's Gardens, 30; additional re- 
marks on certain species of, 37; P.trachyrhyn- 
chits, on the deciduous knobof the culmen'of the 
beak of, 60 ; P. manillensis, note on, 68. 
Pelomediisa, exhibition of a shell of a species of, 

36. 
Pelloj>is, on the systematic position of, 40. 
Penguin, notes on the Em])eror, 64. 
Pennula ecaudata, on the distinctness of P. sand- 

irichensi.i and, 71. 
Peiitacriniis caput- medusce, exhibition of an ex- 
ample of, 17. 
Pirodicliciis pntto, exhibition of and remarks upon 

some siiecimena of, 31. 
Peru, on the birds collected by E. Bartlett on the 
River Ucayali in eastern, 26,27; on the birds 
collected in the vicinitv of Lima bv W. Nation, 
26,28, 31, 37,56, .59; catalogue of birds (dllccted by 
E. IJartlett on the Huallaga Kiver in eastern, 
28; (m the birds collected by 11. Whitely in. 29, 
30, 31. 33, 40, 42, 44,46; on two new birds collected 
byE. Harth'tt in eastern, 32; notes by E. Hart 
lett on themonkeysof eastern, 36: on the birds 
collected by E. Bartlett in eastern. 40: list of 
Humming Birds obtained by H. Whitely in high, 
44; notes on tlie deer of western, 44; exhibition 
and description of a new species of Humming 



Bird from nortliern, 52; remarks upon a Condor 
in the Zoological Society's Gardens from, 59; 
descriptiou of a new Ground Finch from western, 
63: exhibition of a skin of Anuiiiroliinnas eon- 
color from Lima, 73. 

Perucho, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 
at, 14. 

Petrel, report of the visit to the Galapagos Islands 
of II. M.S., 46. 

Phacochoerus (eliani, addition of a specimen of, 
to the Zoological Society's Gardens, 16; note 
on, 35. 

Phalaropusfulicarius, exhibition of a skin of, from 
Chili, 71:'i'. wilsoni, exhibition of a skin ol, 
from the Falkland Islands, 73, 

Phanianidce, list of the species of. 2, 21: remarks 
on the geoiira])hical distribution of the, 21: on 
the arrival at the Zoological Society's Gardens 
of two newly described species of, '34; arrival 
of a collection of Indian, at the Zoological So- 
ciety's Gardens, 21 ; on the species of Indian, 
bred in the Zoological Society's Gardens from 
1858 to 1860, 16 ; exliibition of a hybrid 8i)ecies of, 
31; exhibition of a drawing of Lophophorus 
I'huysi, 29; remarks on the \ifc;\\\iy o\' Thnumalia 
amiiersti, 34; on the female of Kujilocainus crair- 
furdi,-i6; on the breeding ft\' Argus iihianteus 
and other spe<'ies of, in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, 52: exhibition of a pair of Pliasianus 
pr<nc\p<dis from Afghanistan, belonging to the 
Prince of Wales, 61; exhibition of a skin of P. 
l>rincipaUs, 63. 

Phibalura Jlavirostris, exhibition of two eggs of, 
73. 

Pliilrtdelidiia, notes on the birds in the Museum 
of tlic Academy of Sciences of, 9. 

Philcpittidte, catalogue of tlie, in the British 
Museum, 4. 

Philippine Lslands, on a new species of Parrakeet, 
from the, 40; remarks on the "Tamaron"of 
the, 64. 

Phytotomidce, catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum. 4. 

Phloga'nns crinirjera, on the breeding of, in the 
Zoological Society's Menagerie, 24. 

Phyllimn gclonus, exhibition of and remarks upon 
a specimen of, living in the Zoologii^al Society's 
Gardens, 65. 

Piciiiuciia, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 
during excursions to, 14. 

Pietra Papale, La, 66. 

Pig, note on the so-called "Japanese," 25. 

Pigeon, exhibition of a drawing of a remarkable, 
34. 

Pilcomayo, on the avifauna of the Lower, 69. 

Pionus, on the species of, 49; P. lacertis, exhibi- 
tion of a skin of, 73. 

I'ipreida, revision of the species of, 51. 

I'ipridce, catalogue of the. in British Museum, 4. 

Pithecia leucoci'phala, on the addition to the Zoo- 
logical Society's Gardens of a specimen of, 26, 

Pittidw, cjitalogue of the, in British Museum, 4. 

Platacanthotnys lasiurits. exhibition of ii specimen 
of, 15. 

Plectropterus, notes on the species of, in the 
Zoological Society's (Jardens, 12, 14; P. niger, 
notes on, 48. 

Plcgadis faUinellus, exhibition of a specimen of, 
shot in Doiimersfleld Park, 56. 

Plumstead Marshes, exhibition of a specimen of 
a Night Heron shot in, 59. 

Podager naninda, exhibition of ii specimen of the 
egg of, 72. 

Pa'ocephalui ruppelli, note on, 57. 

Porcupine, description of a new species of Indian, 
24. 

Porphyria cevrulevg, note on, 53; /'. ccendeus. P. 
poUocephalus, and P. sviaragdonotus, exhibition 
of and remarks upon specimens of, 67: P. 
vitiensis, exhibitiim of a series of fifty-five eggs 
of, 62. ^ 

Porpoises in the Victoria Nyanza, 68. 

Port Churihill. exhil)ition of bird skins from, 16. 

I'otainochdrus edivardsi, exhibition of amounted 
specimen of, 72; P. penicillatus, on the skull of, 
15: breeding of, in the Zoological Society's 
(Jardens. 17. 

Potto, exhibition of and remarks upon some 
specimens of the, 31. 



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Prejevalski (N. M.), exhibition of photographs of 

natural history objects collected in central Asia 

by, 63. 
Prinia socialis, exhibition of a skin of, from Cej'- 

lofl, 36. 
Prionitiirus, on the genus, 15. 
Prionochili of British India, 4-t. 
Proceedings of the Zoological Society, the dates 

of issue of the early volumes of the, 70. 
PropithecKS bicolor, notes on, 40; P. datnanus, ex- 
hibition of a specimen of, 34. 
Protopteriis annectens, remarks on specimens of, 

in tlie Society's Gardens, 72. 
Psaltria flavic'ep.i, note on, 8. 
Psiitacidce, distribution of the, in the Eastern 

Archipelago, 15. 
Psittants eri</iacMS, exhibition of a variety of, 72. 
Pteroptochidce, catalogue of the, in the British 

Museum, 4; on the neotropical species of, 44. 
Pterylogiaphy, translation of Nitzsch's, 2. 
Ptilopvs fasciatus, remarks on, 20. 
Publications, record of recent ornithological, 14. 
Puellaro, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 

at, 14. 
Putf-bird, characters of a new species of the genus 

Xonnula, 56. 
Pufflniig gavia, remarks upon a specimen of, from 

Australia, 68. 
Punjab Sheep in the Zoological Society's Gardens, 

note on the, 14. 
Pyranga roseogulans, note on, 42. 
Python scbce, incubation of, in the Zoological 

Society's gardens, 20; on the temperature of, 

during incubation, 20. 

Q. 

Quadrumana, notice of rare species of, in the 
Zoological Society's Menagerie, 16, 23; on the 
northern limit in America ot the, 18; of America 
north of Panama, 38 ; collected by Buckley in 
Ecuador, 39. 

Queensland, on the existence of an undescribed 
species of mammal in. 37; exhibition of a needle 
made from the stem of a feather from North, 73. 

Quijos, list of a collection of birds from, 6. 

Quiscalince, review of the, 60. 

Quito, list of birds collected bj' Louia Ffaser in 
the vicinity of, 14. 

R. 

Kabbit Pest in Australia, note on the, 66. 

Kadde's "Internationale Parbenskala," remarks 
on, 58. 

Eail, exhibition of two skins of, from Macquarie 
Island, 56. 

Pallidce, synopsis of the American, 30. 

Pallus aquaticus breeding near Udiham, 5; it. 
sulcirostris, note on, 55. 

Eamage (Mr.), list of birds collected in Dominica 
by, 65; list of birds collected in St. Lucia by, 65. 

Ramsay (E. P.), exhibition of some new species of 
Australian birds described by, 31. 

Batel, on a new species of, 27. 

Ked Sea, list of a collection of birds made by James 
Paubeny on the coasts of the, 6. 

Eeiser's "Ornis Balkanica,' remarks on, 73. 

Eemex, on the fifth cubital, of the wing in the 
Carmatoe, 67. 

Eeptile House, remarks upon the opening of the 
Zoological Society's new, 59. 

Rhamphoccenus, synopsis of the species of, 59. 

Phamphocorys clot-beyi, exhibition of and remarks 
upon a specimen of, 65. 

Ehea, on the species of, in the Zoological Society's 
Menagerie, 14; P. darwini, exhibition of and 
remarks upon some eggs of, 61; exhibition of 
two young specimens of, from Tarapaca, 66. 

Rhinoceros, notes on the African species of, 35; 
geographical distribution of, 40 ; exhibition of a 
supposed new species of, from the Terai of 
Bhootan, 44; exhibition of and remarks upon 
the upper horn ot a two-horned species of, from 
Brahmapootra, 45; notice ot a memoir on the, 45; 
exhibition of and remarks upon the skin of a 
young species of, from the Sunderbunds, 47 ; on 
the species of, now or lately living in the Zoologi- 
cal Society s Menagerie, 48 ; remarks upon a two- 

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horned species of, killed in Tipperah, 48; on 
some horns belonging to an apparently new spe- 
cies of, 70; R. lasiotis, notes on, 40, 60; an illus- 
trated account of, 40; R. sinius, on the external 
characters of, 62 ; remarks on, 67; R. xondaicus, 
arrival at the Zoological Society's Gardens of a 
specimen of, 43 ; on a specimen from the Sunder- 
bunds of, 48 ; R. siimatranus, exhibition of a 
tracing of the skull of a male, 19; addition to 
the Zoological Society's Gardens of a female, 38 ; 
R. unicornis, on a horn of the male of, 36. 

Rhipidornis guUelmi-tertii, exhibition of a skin 
of, 58. 

Rhone, exhibition of a map of the delta of the, 
showing the habitat of the Beaver, 66. 

Riobamba, list of birds collected by Louis Eraser 
at, 12. 

RioNapo, notes on collections of birds from, 10, 13. 

Rio Negro, list of birds collected by Mr. Wallace 
on the, 28; Hudson on the birds of the, 39. 

Rio ParanA, on new or little known birds from 
the, 33. 

Rome, list of birds exposed for sale in the market 
in January, 1853, at, 7. 

Rotterdam, notes on the animals in the Zoological 
Gardens at, 21, 25, 32, 41, 45, 49, 52, 62, 65, 68, 69, 72. 

Ruminants, on theperiod of gestation of certain, 21, 

IS. 

Saiga tatariea, remarks on, 27. 

S. Andres Tuxtla, list of Sall6's birds from, 10. 

St. Domingo, notes on a Parrot from, 10. 

St. Elena, notes on the birds of the Estancia, 71. 

St. Kitts, remarks on some monkeys from, 26. 

St. Lucia, notes on the Rat-tailed Serpent of, 35; 
on the birds of, 36; on the birds observed by J. 
E. Semper in, 39; on additional species of birds 
from, 46; exhibition of a skin of a Parrot from, 
56 ; list of birds collected by Mr. Ramage in, 65. 

>St. Vincent, description of a new Tyrant-bird 
from, 15. 

Salle (A.), catalogue of birds collected in southern 
Mexico by, 9 : notes on birds collected in south- 
ern Mexico by, 9; on a collection of birds re- 
ceived from .southern Mexico by, 10; list of 
species of birds collected at Jalapa and S. 
Andres Tuxtla by, 10 ; on a collection of birds 
from Oaxaca made by, 11. 

Salmon (T. K.), on the birds collected in Antio- 
quia by, 53. 

Salvin (O.), characters of eleven new species of 
birds collected in Guatemala by, 15. 

Sand-grouse, addition to the Zoological Society's 
Gardens of some Three-toed, 17; notes on Pal- 
las's, 22; exhibition of a pairof Pallas's, and re- 
marks on its occurrences in western Europe, 64. 

Sandpiper, exhibition of a specimen of the Siber- 
ian Pectoral, shot on Breydon mudflats, 69. 

Sandwich Islands, on the avifauna of the, 38, 53; 
on the bird.s collected during the voyage of the 
Challenger in the, 50. 

San Fernando, Trinidad, exliibition of a young 
specimen of Ghauna derhiana from, 27, 

San Jo86, list of birds coUectetl by Bridges in the 
Valley of, 10. 

Saxicola deserti, exhibition of a specimen of, killed 
in Scotland, 64 ; S. stap>azina, exhibition of and 
remarks upon a specimen of, killed iu Lanca- 
shire, 51; further remarks, 51. 

Scansores, catalogue of the, iu the British Mu- 
seum, 4. 

Schomburgk (Sir R.), letter from, respecting Diar- 
digallus crawfurdi, 20; exhibition of a skin of 
the female of Diardigallus prcelatus sent home 
by, 20. 

Sciurus blanfordi, exhibition of a specimen of, 44. 

Scolopacidce, on new species of, 32. 

Scolopax sabini, occurrence iu Hampshire of, 5. 

'^ Scomber sco/»6w" principle, remarks on the, 73. 

Seals, of the Falkland Islands, 29; the habits of 
Eared, 38. 

Seebohm (H.), on the occurrence of Tringa acu- 
minata in Norfolk, 71. 

Semioptera wallacii, note on, 16. 

Semper (J. E.), on the birdt? of St, Lucia, 39. 

Sharpe (A,),ou a collection of mammals made in 
Nyassaland by, 68; on some specimens of mam- 
mals sent from Lake Mweru by, 71. 



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Shelley (G. E.), list of birds collected by A. 
Whyte in Nyassaland, 71. 

Sbire' Highlands, on collections sent by H. H. 
Johnston Ironi the, 69 ; remarks on some skins 
of mammals from the, 70. 

Shire River, ou a new species of Falco discovered 
by Dr. Dickinson on the, 22. 

Siphlojiis fltzlngeri, exhibition of a specimen of, 28. 

Sitta krueperi, note on, and remarks on the species 
of the genus Sitta, 2d. 

Sladeu (Captain), expedition of, to Tunau, 38. 

Smithsonian Institution, remarks on some species 
of Dendrocolaptidoe in the, 36. 

Snakes, note on Fruit-eating, 46. 

Society Islands, list of a collection of birds from 
Huaheine, 22. 

Socotra, on the exploration of, 53 ; on the birds 
collected by I. B. Balfour in, 55. 

Solomon Islands, on a collection of birds from the, 
31 ; exhibitionof specimens of birds collected by 
G. Brown in the, 59. 

Somaliland, on some mammals from, 60; on two 
new species of Antelopes from, 63; exhibitionof 
a skin of a Zebra from, 60 ; exhibition of speci- 
mens of horns of an Antelope from, 67 ; exhibi- 
tion of a skin of the Wild Ass of, 68; on a new 
Antelope, and list of other specimens of Ante- 
lopes from, 68 ; the Antelopes of, 69. 

Spain, a naturalist's impressions of, 19. 

Speke (J. H.), rejiort ou specimens ofanimals for- 
warded by, 17, 19 ; on the mammals collected and 
observed iu Kast Africa by, 22; on the birds col- 
lected in East Africa by, 22. 

Spence (J. M.), on some Venezuelan birds col- 
lected by, 41. 

Spermophila, revision of the species of the genus, 
37. 

Spizaetus nipalensis, exhibition of a skin of, from 
Japan, 31. 

Spoonbill, on the nesting in Holland of the, 49. 

Spurs of I3irds' Wings, remarks on, 63. 

Stairs (W.E.), exhibition of some sketches of the 
horns of a large Antelope made by, 67. 

Stcatoruis cari^yenitis. exhibition of an egg of, 29 ; 
on the range in South America of, 67. 

Steere (Professor), on the birds collected in South 
America by, 50. 

Stegaiiopoden, on the, collected during the voy- 
age of the Challenger, 51. 

Strep.'weroK imbcrbis, remar'ks on, 60; exhibition 
of the head and horns of a specimen of, from 
Lanioo, 62. 

Strige.':, on the arrangement of the, 53. 

Strigidce, descriptions of new species of, 29, 30. 

Stnithious bi <ls, remarks on the, 14; notes on 
two species of, in the Zoological Society's Gar- 
dens, 15; remarks on, with a list of the known 
species, 19; incubation of, 21. 

StunieUa ludoviciana, exhibition of a specimen of, 
16; on the occurrence in England of, 18. 

Stuttgart, notes on the animals in the Zoological 
Gardens at, 70; on ornithology at, 73. 

Sttidce, note on the, in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, 16. 

Snnderbunds, exhibition of and remarks upon the 
skin of ayoung Kbinocerosfrom the, 47 ; remarks 
upon a Two-horned llhinoceros from the, 48. 

Swayne(H. G. C.),exhibitiouof heads of Antelopes 
belonging to, 68. 

Swifts, on the American Spine-tailed, of the genus 
Olicettira, 21 ; on a new species of "West African 
Spine-tailed, 21. 

Swinhoe (R.), exhibition of skins of an Otter from 
Amoy and a Hare from Formosa, sent by, 18; 
report on a collection of skins sent by, 18; no- 
tice of a Mantchurian Deer received from, 24. 

Sycalis, revision of the genus, 40. 

Synallaxince, on two new species of, 33. 

Synallaxis. on some new or imperfectly known 
species of, 9 ; on the geographical distribution 
of the genus, 13 ; on the species of the genus, 42. 

Systema avium, remarks on the present state of 
'the, 55. 

T. 

Taehyglossus bruijnii, remarks on, 50. 

Tadorna. notes on the species of, in the Zoological 

Society's Gardens, 22, 26. 
Tamaron of the Philippine Islands, 64. 



Tanagrella, on the genns, 5. 

Tanagndce, Tanagrarum Catalogus Specificus ,1; 
Synopsis Avium Tanagriuarum, 1,8; catalogue 
of the, in the British Museum, 3 ; on new species 
of, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 25, 31, 32, 48, 53, 62 ; on some little- 
known species of, 62. 

Tapirun, exhibition of a drawing of a species of, 
living in the Zoological Society's Menagerie, 57; 
exhibition of and remarks upon the skull of an 
American species of, 61 ; T. bairdi, exhibition 
of ,a skull of, from Nicaragua, 28; exhibitionof 
two skulls of, from Mexico, 42; T. roulini, re- 
marks on, 33, 39, 51. 

Tarapaca, on collections of birds from, 62, 67 ; exhi- 
bition of two young specimens of Darwin's 
Rhea from, 66. 

Taylor (G. C), list of birds collected in Honduras 
by, 12. 

Tegenaria, exhibition of a spider of the genus, 54. 

Teuiinber Islands, on birds collected by H. O. 
Forbes in the, 58. 

Testudinata, exhibition of eggs of two species of, 
laid iu the Zoological Society's Gardens, 60. 

Testudo chilensis, notes on, 35,' 38. 

Texas, notes on Giraud's work on the birds of, 7. 

Thamnophllince, sjmopsis of the, 11. 

Thamnophilus, an arrangement of the genus, 8. 

Thaumalea amherstice, on the locality of, 34. 

Thibet, exhibition of a variety of Bubo iiiaximus 
from Piiugkong Lake, Thibet, 14; notes on the 
Black AVolf of, 43. 

Thompson (J.), departure for India of, 21 ; arrival 
at Calcutta of, 22; return from Calcutta of, 23. 

Thrushes, synopsis of the American, 13. 

Tickell (R. S.), remarks upon the donation to the 
Zoological Society's Library of a MS. work on 
the Birds of India by, 43. 

Tijereta, exhibition of a nest of the, containing 
eggs of Molothrus bonariensis, 39. 

Timor Laut, on birds collected bv H. O. Forbes 
in, 58. 

Tinamou, exhibition of a prepared wing and tail 
of the Martineta, 71. 

Tinperah, remarks upon a Two-horned Rhinoceros 
killed in, 48. 

Tityrince, review of the subfamily, 9. 

Todus, on the systematic position of, 40. 

Toucan, ou a new species of the genus Pteroglos- 
sus, 66. 

Touracoes and their distribution, 33. 

Tracheopho7ice, catalogue of the, in the British 
Mtiseum, 4. 

Tragelaphus gratus, exhibition of and remarks 
upon a skin of, 54; further notes on, 58; on the 
breeding in the Zoological Society's Gardens of 
Amsterdam of, 67. 

Tribonyx, note on the species of the genus. 29. 

Trigonoceplialus lanceolatus, notes on, 35. 

Trimen (R.), letter on asecond example of Lania- 
rius atrocroceus, 63. 

Tringa acuminata, exhibition of a specimen of, 
killed in Norfolk, 69; notes on the occurrence 
of, in Norfolk, 71. 

Trinidad, exhibition of a young specimen of 
Ohauna derbiana from San Fernando, 27. 

Tristan d'Acunha, on the Island-hen of, 17. 

Tristram (H. B.), exhibition of a collection of bird 
skins collected in Palestine by, 22. 

Txipaia peguana, exhibition of a specimen of, 44. 

Turdidce, synopsis of the American, 13. 

Turdus, geographical distribution of the genus, 
18; on the Eastern- Asiatic species of, 21; T. 
javanicus, notes on, 45 ; T. schlegeli, notes on, 45 ; 
T. subcinereus, remarks on, 41. 

Tyrannidce, catalogue of the, in the British Mu- 
seum, 4 ; descriptions of new species of, 12, 14, 
15, 18, 19, 32, 35, 56, 03. 

Tyrannula barbirostris and T. niexicana, on the 
types of, 36. 

Tyrannus, remarks on the species of the genus, 54. 

U. 

TJcayali River, on the birds collected by E. Bart- 

lett on the, 26, 27. 
United States, notes on collections of birds in the, 9. 
United States Naval Astronomical Expedition, 

note on the zoological appendix to the, 8. 
TJrsns japonicus, note on, 20. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS OF PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER. 131 



Uruguay, occurrence of Electric Fishes in the 

river, 64 ; on the birds of, 73. 
TJrurUiah, note on the Jellytish of Lake, 71. 



Vancouver's Island, on a collection of birds from, 

13. 
Venezuela, on the birds collected by A. Goering 

in, 29, 31, 32, 35, 45; on some birds collected by 

J. M. Speuce in. 41. 
Vera Cruz, list of a collection of birds formed by 

A. Boucard at, 24. 
Veragua, descriptions of four new species of birds 

from, 30 ; descriptions of three new species of 

Tanagers from, 32. 
Verreaux (M.), on some species of Tanagers 

from the collection of, 11. 
Victoria Nyanza, porpoises in the, 68. 
Vceux (G.'W. des), extracts of correspondence 

from, concerning Tiigonocephalus lanceolatus,35. 
Tulpes cana, exhioition of the typical specimen 

of, 50. 

W. 

"Wagler's Six Ornithological Memoirs from the 

"Isis" (reprint), 3. 
Waigiou, exhibition of a drawing of Paradisea 

calva from the Island of, 24. 
Wales, Marten killed in, 5. 

Wales (Princeof), list of Indian animals deposited 
in the Zoological Society's Menagerie by, 47; ex- 
hibition of a pair of Pheasants belonging to the, 
61. 
Wallace (A. E.), list of birds collected on the 
Lower Amazon and Kio Negro by, 28. 

Wallace's Standard-wing, note on, 16. 

Wart Hogs, exhibition of drawings ilhistrative 

of, 32. 
Washington Territory, on a new marine animal 

from, 40,42. 
Water fowl, notes on, 55. 

West Indies, description of a new Tyrant-bird 
from Saint Vincent, 15 ; remarks on some Monk- 
eys from St. Kitts, 26; on the birds of Santa 
Lucia, 36; on a small collection of birds from 
Barbados, 43; on additional species of birds 
from the, 46; on monkeys in the, 53; on a small 
collection of birds from' the Island of Montser- 
rat, 53 ; notes on the birds of the, 55 ; exhibition 
of a skin of a Parrot from St. Lucia, 56; list of 
birds collected by Mr. Ramage in Dominica, 65; 
list of birds coirected by Mr. Ramage in St. 
Lucia, 65 ; on African Monkeys in the, 67 ; on a 
collection of birds from Anguilla, 69, 71 ; on the 
birds of Antigua, 71. 

White (E. W.), on two new species of birds dis- 
covered in the Argentine Republic by, 56; on 
the birds collected in the Argentine Republic 
by, 57, 58. 

White (G. H.), list of birds procured in the city of 
Mexico by, 22. 

White (R. 15.), on the mammals obtained in the 
Upper Magdalena Valley. Colombia, by, 66. 

Whitely (G. M.), on birds collected on the coast of 
Honduras by, 35. 

Whitely (H.), 'exhibition of bird skins collected 
in Japan by, 25 ; on Peruvian birds collected by, 
29, 30, 31, 83, 40, 42, 44, 46 ; list of HummingBirds 
obtained in high Peru by, 44; remarks on an 
African Hornbill and other birds belonging to, 62. 

Whyte (A.), list of birds collected in Nyassaland 
by, 71. 

Wickham (H.), list of birds collected on the Blew- 
flelds River by, 27. 

Wilks (G.), notes on some Reptiles transmitted to 
the Zoological Society's Gardens by, 31. 

Windvogelberg, report on birds v.iUected by Cap- 
tain Bulger at, 25. 

Wisconsin, excursion in, 38. 

Wolf's Zoological Sketches, 1. 

Wombats, note on the, living in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 22. 

Woodpecker, on a new species of, discovered by 
Bridges in northern California, 12. 

Wool, exhibition of some variegated, from Ohio, 21. 

Works of P. L. Sclater, list of, 3. 

Wren, descripiion of anew species of Mexican, 33. 



Xanthura, on the species of the genus, 53. 
Xenicidce, catalogue of the, in the British MiTseum, 

4. 
Xenopsaris albinucha, note on, 70. 

V. 

Yorkshire, exhibition of a curious variety of Duck 

shot in, 61. 
Yunan, Captain Sladen's expedition to, 38. 



Z. 

Zambesi, on the rapacious birds collected by Dr. 
Dickinson in the region of the, 23 ; on the 
Guinea Fowl from the, 66. 

Zamora, list of birds collected by Louis Fraser 
at, 12. 

Zebra, exhibition of a skin of, from Somaliland, 
66; exhibition of a photograph of Grevy's, 66. 

Zonotrichia, note on the species of the genus, 49. 

Zoological Collections in the India House, remarks 
on the, 42. 

Zoological Distribution, some of the difficulties 
of, 52. 

Zoological Gardens, notes on animals in the Con- 
tinental, 21, 25, 32, 41, 43, 45, 49, 52, 54, 62, 65, 68, 69, 
70, 72. 

Zoological observatories, on a favorable occasion 
for establishing, 38. 

Zoological Record, remarks on the, 71. 

"Zoological Sketches" by Joseph Wolf, 1. 

Zoological Society's Gardens, Guide to the, 1; 
list of Vertebr'ated Animals living in the, 2; 
notes on species of Parrots in the, 10, 27, 37, 52, 
54, 63 ; note on the Spur- winged Geese in the, 12 j 
on the number of days of incubation of birds 
which breed in the, 13; exliibition of an egg of 
Apteryx mantelli laid in the, 13 j note on the 
Punjab Sheep in the, 14: additions to the, in 
1860, 14, 15, 16, 17; in 1861, 17, 18, 19; in 1862, 19, 
20; in 1863, 22; in 1864, 23; in 1865, 24,25; in 
1866, 26; in 1867, 27.28; in 1868, 30,31; in 1869, 
31,32; in 1870, 33,34,35.36; in 1871, 36,87,38; in 
1872, 38,39,40; in 1873, 40,41,42; in 1874, 42,43, 
44 ; in 1875, 44, 45, 46 ; in 1876, 46, 47, 48 ; in 1877, 
48,49,50; in 1878, 50,51,52; in 1879, 52, 53; in 
1880, 54,55; in 1881, 55,56,57; in 1882, 57,58; in 
1883, 58,59; iu 1884, 60,61; in 1885, 61,62; in 
1886, 62, 63; iu 1887, 63, 64; in 1888, 64; in 1889, 
64,65,66; in 1800, 06,67; in 1891, 67,68; in 1892, 
68,69; in 1893, 70,71,72; in 1894, 72,73; on tho 
addition of specimens of Sieboldia iiiaxima and 
Balceniceps rex to the, 14; on the Rheas iu the, 
14; notes on two Struthious birds in the, 16; 
note on the Japanese Deer in the, 15; notice of 
rare species of Quadrumana in the, 16; on the 
Babirussa aud other Suidce in tlie, 16 ; on the spe- 
cies of Indian Pheasants bred iu the, from 1858 to 
1860, 16 ; addition of a specimen of Phacochoerus 
celiani to the, 16; on the breeding of the Red 
River Hog in the, 17 ; addition of some Three- 
toed Sand-arouse and some rare Australian 
Finches to the, 17 ; list of animals presented by 
Sir George Grey to the, 17; arrival of two living 
Paradise Birds at the, 19; arrival of a Kagu at 
the, 19; notice of a living specimen of the Aye- 
Aye in the, 20; incubation of Python sebce in 
the, 20; on two rare Fruit Pigeons in the, 20; 
arrival of a collection of Indian Pheasants at 
the. 21 ; on the period of gestation of certain 
Ruminants whichbreed in the, 21 ; on the breed- 
ing of Bennett's Cassowary in the. 21,23; note 
on the Wombats in the, 22 ; arrival of a living 
Didunculuf! at the, 22; on a new species of 
Wliite Cockatoo in the, 22; notes on the species 
of Tadorna in the, 22; note on the Quadrumana 
living in the, 23; noteon the Mantchurian Deer 
sent by Mr. Swinhoe to the, 24; on the addi- 
tion of' a Prong-horned Antelope to the, 24; on 
the breeding of Phlogmnas crinigera in the, 24; 
arrival of an African Elephant at the, 24; on 
the addition of a Gayal to the, 25 ; on the addi- 
tion of a Pudn Deer to the, 26; on the trans- 
mission of a Manatee to the, 26 ; on the addition 
of a specimen of Pithecialeucocephala to the, 26; 



132 BULLETIN 49, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



on the addition of a specimen of Cathartes call- 
forniamis to the, 27; remarks on Saiga tatarica 
in the, 27; oii specimens of Boidce in the, 28; 
remarks on the Gulls in the, 28; arrival of a 
Lyre Bird at the. 28; on the birth of a male 
Giraffe, and list of ( Hrattes that have lived 
in the. 28 ; notes on a species of Bear in the, 
29; nott'S on the Pelicans living in the, 30; 
on the 1)reeding of mammals in the, 31 ; on some 
Keptiles transmitted by G. Wilks to the, 31 ; 
remarks on two -species of mammals de.scribed 
from specimens living in the, 33 ; on the breed- 
ing of birds in the, 33; arrival of two newly 
described siJecies of I'hasiaiiidce at the, 34 ; on 
the ' ' register of animals ' ' kept at the , 36 ; on the 
Axolotls in the, 36; on the birth of a Hippopot- 
amus in the, 36, 39: on rare or little-known 
species of mammalia in the, 36, 45 ; on rare or 
little-known species of birds in the, 36; on rare 
or little-known species of reptiles in the, 37; 
on the Deer now or lately living in the, 38; 
New Zealand animals at the, 38; addition of 
a female Sumatran Rhinoceros to the, 38 ; ad- 
ditional notes on new or little-known animals 
in the, 39; arrival of a Javan liliinoceros at 
the, 43; Temai\i.a on Casuarius westennanyii iu 
the, 43; further remarks on the Cassowaries 
in the, 44, 47 ; on the Curassows now or lately 
living in the, 46; list of Indian animals de- 
posited by the Prince of "Wales in the, 47; 
exhibition of a drawing of a Fruit Pigeon in 
the, 47; on the Khinoceroses now orlately living 
in the, 48; on young Anacondas born in the, 49; 
remarks on living examples of Ciconiaepiscopus 
and C. tnaguari in the, 51 ; notice of some Hy- 
brid Monkeys in the, 51; on the breeding of the 



Sacred Ibis iu the, 51 ; on the breeding of the 
Argus and other species of Pheasant in the, 52; 
on the dimensions and weight of the Indian 
Elephants in the, 52,55; supplementary notes 
on the Curassows living in the, 51,53; descrip- 
tion of a new species ot Lemur in the, 54 ; illus- 
trations of new or rare animals in the, 55; 
exhibition of a drawing of a Tapir in tlie, 57; 
note on a specimen of Anm gihberifrvns in the, 
57 ; remarks on the feeding of young Cormo- 
rants by their parents in the, 57; opening of 
Insect House in the, 56; I'eports on the Insect 
House in the, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62 ; remarks upon 
a Condor from Peru in the, 59; remarks on the 
opening of the new Keptile House in the, 59; 
on the increase in size and weight of the young 
African Ele])hant in the, 59 ; on the eggs of two 
species of Testudinata laid in the, 60 ; on the 
death of a greater Vasa Parrot which had lived 
flfty-four years in the, 61 ; on the breeding of 
Cyanopolius cyanits in the, 61 ; exhibition of a 
specimenof Heterodactylus i>nbricatus iuthe, 61; 
exhibition of a specimen ot Julvdis Jinchiin the, 
61; on the species of OoKm« in tlie, 61; remarkson 
two specimens of North American Foxes in 
the, 63; on the species of the genus Canis liv- 
ing iu the, 64; on a specimen of the Leaf Insect 
living in the, 65 ; list of the Giraffes that have 
lived in the, 69 ; exhibition of two eggs of Colius 
capensis laid in the, 70 ; on the breednig of mon- 
keys in the, 70; on the breeding of Otis tarda 
in the, 71 ; on Frotopterus annectene in the, 72 ; 
on animals that have never been exhibited in 
the, 73. 
Zoological Society's Proceedings, the dates of 
issue of the early volumes of the, 70. 



APPEISTDIX. 

LIST OF SEPARATE WORKS AND PAPERS PUBLISHED 
SUBSEQUENT TO DECEMBER, 1894, AND NOT IN- 
CLUDED IN PARTS I TO VI. 



Guide to the Gardens of the Zoological 
Society of London, 48th edition, 8vo, 
London, 1896. 

1241 

The Book of Antelopes. Bv P. L. 
Sclater, M. A., F. K. S., and Oldfleld 
Thomas, F. Z. S., F. R. G. S. Illustrated 
bv .Joseph Wolf, F. Z. S., and J. Smit. 
Parts II-IV, pp. 59-220, pis. vii-xxiv 
(1895), and Part V, pp. 1-92, pis. xsv-xxxi 
(1896), 4to, London, 1895-96. 

Part II contains figures and descriptions of 
Damaliscus korrigum, 1>. pygargus, D. albifrons, 
I), lunatus, Connochcetes tauriniis, and C. gnu, and 
descriptions of Damaliscus tiang, D. jimela, and 
Connochcetes albojubatus. The last mentioned 
species, previously recognized as a subspecies, is 
given specific rank. 

Part III contains figures and descriptions of 
Cephalophus nylvicultrix (2 figures), 0. jentinki, 
C. natalensis, V.harveyi, Cnigrifrom, G.dorsaliH, 
C. ogilbyi, and C. rufilatus, and descriptions of 
C. spadix, C. leucogaster, and O. callipygus. 

Part IV" contains figures and descriptions of 
Cephalophus dorice, O. niger, C.maxwelli, C. man- 
ticola, C. coronatus, C.abyssinicus, G.grimmi, and 
Tetraceros quadricornis, and descriptions of O. 
m??«» oc/icMS, and C.cequatnrialis. This part con- 
cludes the first volume, and a temporary title- 
page and contents are issued with it. 

Part V contains descriptions of Oreotragus sal- 
tator, Ourebia scoparia, O.hastata, O.nigricaudata, 
O. montana. O. haggardi. liaphicerus tnclanotis, 
R. campcstris, I\. neiiinanni, Nesotragusmoschatus, 
N. living stonian us, Xcotiagus pygmceus, Madoqua 
saltiann, M. sicai/nci, ^^. j)hillipsi. M.damarensis, 
M. kirki, and 2[. guciifheri. The following species 
are figured: On'utragtcs saltator, Ourebia nigri- 
caudata. Raphicerus melanotis. B. campestris, 
Nesotragvs inoschatvs, Neotragus pygmceus, Ma- 
doqua saltiana, M. phillipsi, and M. guentheri. 

Each oi' the five parts is illustrated with several 
wood-cuts of the heads, horns, skulls, etc. 

1242 
[Report on tlie additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in December, 1894.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 1. 
1243 

[Rem.arks upon two Tapirs deposited 
in the Society's Gardens by the Hon. W. 
Rothschild.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 1. 



On the occurrence of the Barliary Sheep 
in Egypt. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, pp. 85, 86. 
Evidence is given of the occurrence in Egypt of 
Ovis tragelaphus. 

1345 
Note on the Breeding of the Surinam 
Water-Toad (Pipa surinamensis) in the 
Society's Reptile House. 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, pp. 86-88. 
1246 

[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in January, 1895.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1895, p. 89. 
1247 
[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in April, 1895.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1865, pp. 337,338. 
- 1248 

[Remarks on the Pacific Rat (J/hs exu- 

lans).'] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 338. 
Exhibition of and notes on specimens which 
had been obtained on Sunday Island, Keriiiadec 
group. 

1249 

[Remarks upon the Zoological Institu- 
tions which Mr. Sclater had recently 
visited in Egypt.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, pp. 400, 401. 
1250 
[Report on the additions to the Society's 
Menagerie in May, 1895.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, pp. 520, 521. 
1251 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon the 
head of a Barbary Sheep from Egypt.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 521. 
1252 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
skin of a Humming Bird {Anlhocephala 
bcrlepsehi) from Colombia.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 521. 

133 



134 



APPENDIX. 



[Exhiliitinn of and remarks upon the 
skin and skull of a Loder's Gazelle {Ga- 
zella hderi) from Egypt.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1895, pp. 522, 523. 
' 1254 

[On tlie additions (o the Society's Me- 
nagerie in .Inne, .July, August, and Sep- 
tember, 1895.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, pj). 686, 687. 
1255 
[Remarks on the Principal Animals 
noticed in the .Jardin d' Acclimatation 
and .lardiii des Plantes, Paris, during a 
recent visit.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1895, p. 688. 
1256 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a 
Zebra from the Henga Country, Jiritish 
Central Africa.] 

I'roc. TjOoI. Soc. London, 1895, pp. 688-690. 
1257 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon a pair 
of Horns of a male Livingstone's Eland 
oh'eied to the Society by Sir Henry H. 
Johnston, K. C. B.] 

J'roc. Zool. Si<c. London, 1895. pp. G90. 691. 
The skull and horii.s of i lie Antelope {Oreas 
eanna Uvimjstonii) .ire (inured in the text. 

1258 
[Re]ii)it on the ndditions to the Me- 
nagerie in Octoiier and November, 1895.] 
Proc. Zool S ic. London, 1895, p. 827. 

i';;59 
[Exhil)iti(m of and remarks upon the 
hca<l of an Antelope from British P]ast 
Africii.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1895, pp. 868-870. 
Cobii" ilioina.ii is remarked upon and the head 
figured in the text. 

1260 
The " Scomber- scombei'" Principle. 

ri)W, 1895, p. 168. 
Letter from a correspondent pointing out that 
the name of the so-called .Vco?Hftpc-sco»7!.6er princi- 
ple probably originated in a printer's error. 

1261 
The Bird Collection of Zurich. 

Jbis, 1895, pp. 168, 169. 
Observations on the roUection of birds in the 
Polytechniciim of Zurich. 

1262 
Field Notes on the Birdsof the Estancia 
Sta. Elena, Argentine Republic. By A. H. 
Holland. With remarks by P. L. Sclater. 
7'//s. 1895, pp. 213-217. 
Kemarks on 15 species of birds. 

1263 
On the Bower Bird recently described 
by Mr. ( '. W. De Vis as CnemojA'dus marvce. 
Ibis. 1895, pp. 343, 344, pi. viii. 
Remarks on and characters of the male and 
female of CnemophUus marvcej both sexes are 
figured. 



[Exhibition of a pair of Darwin's Tin- 
amon (Xofhura darinm) from Patagonia.] 
Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, IV. p. xix (1895). 
1265 
[Extracts of letters received from Mr. 
Sclater on birds observed up the Nile, and 
on the mode of carriage of the legs iu the 
Egyptian Kite.] 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, IV, p. xxv (1395). 

1266 
[Abstrnct of an account of a tour up 
the Nile from Cairo to Wadi Halfeh and 
back. 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, IV, p. xxxi (1895). 

1267 
[Exhibition of skins of Falco richard- 
soni obtained in Larimer County, Colo.] 
Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, IV, p. xlii (1895). 

1268 
[Exhibition of a Nest and two Eggs of 
Ptjioiioprogiie ohsoJeia taken from the 
smaller rock-temple of Abu Simbel, Up- 
per Egypt.] 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, IV, p. xlii (1895). 

1269 
[Chairman's address on opening the 
fourth session of the British Ornitholo- 
gists' Club, 1895.] 

Bull. Brit Orn. Club, V, pp. 1-4 (1895). 

1270 
[Remarks on a specimen of the Spotted 
Redshank (Tote«»-s fnsciis) living in the 
Zoological Society's Gardens. 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, V, p. v (1895). 

1271 
[Remarks on the death of Mr. Henry 
Seebohm.] 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, V, p ix (1895). 

1272 

" Dendrexeiastes capitoides." 

Nature, LIII, pp. 102, 103 (1895). 

Letter in reply to Dr. H. O. Forbes, respecting 
the typical specimen of Dendrexetastei^ capitoides 
in the Derby Museum. 

1273 
The "Exposition de Madagascar" at 
the .Jardin «les Plantes. 

Natural Science, VII, pp.251, 252. 

Xote on a representative collection of the Mal- 
agasy fauna in the Mus6e d'Histoire Xaturelle, 
Paris. 

1274 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in December, 1895.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London. 1890, j). 1. 

1275 
[Report on the additions to the So- 
ciety's Menagerie in January, 1896.] 
Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1890, p. 212. 



APPENDIX. 



135 



1276 

[Report on the add it ions to the Society's 
Meuajierie in Febiuaiy, 1896.] 

Ptor. Zool. S c. London. 18t)G, pp. 303, 3U4. 

1277 

Remarks on the Divergencies between 
the " Rules for Naming Animals " of the 
German Zoological Society and the Strick- 
landian Code of Nomenclature. 

J'l-oc. Zovl. Soc. London, 1896, pp. 3u6-322. 

1278 
[Remarks on the Prospectus of the new 
German Work, " Das Thierreich." 

I'roc. Zool. Soc. London, 1896, pp. 400, 401. 



[Report on the additions to the Socie- 
ty's Menagerie in March, 1896.] 

Pioc. Zool. Soc. London, 1896, pp. 505, 506. 

Among the addition.s, special attention is drawn 
to a specimen of a young female gorilla. The 
head and shoulders of the animal are tigured in 
the text. 

1280 
[Exhibition of and remarks upon Nat- 
ural-History specimens from Myasaland 
sent home by Sir H. H. Johnston, K. C. B.] 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1896, p. 506. 



[Exhibition of and remarks upon a pair 
of horns of the so-called Antelope trian- 
gularis.^ 

Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1896, p. 506. 

These horns were supposed to be an abnormal 
pair of a female Eland. Orcai canna. 



1282 
On a collection of Birds from Mount 
Chiradzulu, ni the Shire Higlilands, My- 
asaland. By ("apt. G. E. Shelley, F. Z. S. 
With prefatory remarks by P. L. Sclater. 
Ihis, 1896, pp. 177, 184. 
1283 

Field Notes on the Birds of the Estan- 
cia Sta. Elena, Argentine Republic, Part 
III. By A, H. Holland. With remarks 
by P. L, Sclater. 

Ibig, 1896, pp. 315-318 

Remarks on 11 species of birds. Hapalocercins 
hollandi is described as new, and its head, wing, 
and foot tigured in the text. 

1284 
I [Outlines of a scheme for a new general 
work on Birds.] 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, V, pp. xvii, xviii, 
(1896). 

1285 

[Exhibition of some bird skins sent 
from British Guiana by Mr. J. J. Quelch.] 
Bull. Bril. Orn. Club, V, p. xxiii (1896). 
1286 
[Remarks on the completion of the first 
volume of Captain Shelley's " Birds of 
Africa."] 

Bull. Brit. Orn. Club, Y, pp. xxiii, xxiv. 
(1896). 

1287 

Count von Gotzen's Journey across 
Africa. 

Natural Science, IX, pp. 58-60. 

A review of Count G. A. von Gotzen's " Durch 
Afrika von Ost nach West." 



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